De Notelaar Bed and Breakfast
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Today's temperatures were predicted to be approaching 100 degrees or about 37C. Hot!
We had a nice breakfast in the hotel. Nice big breakfast with meats and cheese, eggs, cereal, yogurt and coffee, of course. Even the kids have been making the most of breakfast here. We saw the Ukranian woman again and her husband, and exchanged notes on our visit in Brugge yesterday. It's fun to meet people from around the ...
... statues, old and new, a lovely side chapel, an interesting series of engraved plaques with thank you's to saints and God, and some fascinating old sides and ends of tombs with primitive paintings. There was also a guest book, with entries in many languages. Our favorite was from a child--see photos.
After our time here, we crossed the street to an old hospital/hospice, which is now the Memling Museum. Many old artifacts from the hospital were there, as well as old ...
... a coffee before our 3.5 hour train to Bruges. We had three changes of trains, Rotterdam, Roosendal, Antwerp and finally Bruges. The first two connections were 5 minutes while we had a lengthy 7 minutes in Antwerp. We are always amazed at how the trains in Europe are on-time to the minute. We have yet to miss a train, even with the tight connections.
It would have been nicer to have a ...
... hand sewn lace and more chocolate shops than you can count.
From the Burg, where we saw the gorgeous city hall, we walked along the Rozenhoedkaai which may be one of the most beautiful views. I think it makes the perfect postcard.
We paused for lunch and had the traditional Brugge lunch of mussels steamed in aromatics, french fries, and (of course) a local beer.
After that yummy lunch, we headed over to the Church of our Lady. This ...
... I swear to god! I politely declined and took myself on a sweet date to a ton of remarkable sites. One of them was an old hospital museum owned by a church. They had all sorts of creepy old surgical instruments on display and paintings of doctors performing surgeries. Stumbled upon a jazz fest at night and then ended the evening in the bar next to my ...