Chateu d'hotes De Spycker
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... and flowers. Mac wanted raspberries, so we purchased two small containers. Very delicious.
Next on our itinerary was the Rick Steves' walking tour of Brugge, which started at the Bell Town in the main square and wound around to the Minnewater. Along the way, we discovered a Kathe Wohlfart Christmas store, one of our favorites. The kids enjoyed picking out more Holzbuddies ornaments, the small wooden men ...
... which Opa found very interesting. We then went for a walk to see some beautiful bridges of the canals and finished off our day with a 50 minute city bus tour which gave us lots of interesting facts about the city. One observation that we made about Bruges was that there was no graffiti anywhere and with lots of bridges and canal walls we thought that this was ...
... bistro that was lit with twinkle lights for Christmas. Since it was early (630p) by European standards, we could get in without a reservation. Vicki, who is part owner guided us through the menu as it was all in French. We had some amazing duck, salmon tartar and wine from Bourdeaux, then ending the evening in perfect French style with a chocolate mousse.
Tomorrow....heading back to Amsterdam for our flight on Sunday!
A full day tour which includes The Last Post in the evening at Ypres. Some heavy rain at our first stop to walk some of the Belgium trenches. Quite appropriate that we see these trenches fill of water and mud, Belguim is certainly wet and we get a glimpse of how things must have been for those living in these conditions. Then it is on to Ypres and the big war museum there. A little disappointed and no mention of New Zealanders, nor are there ...
... it was well over 30 the entire day, and the owners of the hostel we were staying in casually blamed us for bringing such hot and atypical weather with us. Fortunately we spent a large amount of times touring shops, which for the most part, had air conditioning.
After some Belgian Stew and some fantastic pasta, we went for a walk and quite honestly played in a large water fountain, much to the amusement of each other and the people watching us, ...
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