De Notelaar Bed and Breakfast
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... site of the Basilica of the Holy Blood which dates from 1139. Yet another beautiful church interior!
The walk continued on past the fish market and Tanners Square to the most photographed spot in Bruges, Rozenhoedkaii. This little bend in a canal gives you a perfect picture of Gothic buildings with the Belfry looming behind. I would like to check it out at night to see it with the street lamps glowing. There are so many great photo spots ...
... To add to our woes, we had lunch in a beautiful old restaurant, but the air conditioning blew on our wet clothing. It dried us out, but left us very cold. Then we went to Ghent. By then the weather had improved, and spirits began to lift, However out visit to the Cathedral, a highlight, was foreshortened because the cathedral was in use, Some days thingsjust don't work out!
... snow. Talk about hard core! I remember struggling really hard to make it slightly uphill to get to the ski lift, and they are going UPHILL as a recreational event! Of course, they had no problem biking on the very flat Netherlands!
Anyway, I got extra credit because it seems I was the only one who biked without bike shorts or gel seat. Even Brian had bike shorts. Hurrah for me. ;-)
The odyssey completed and what a ride that was!
... in the bottom of my bag until I could wash it in Berlin. After we cleaned up the flood, I slept some more haha. I was really struggling to sleep at night, so I really made the most of it while I could!
When I woke up, I went down and got a massive pizza in the bar for €5 and a free beer tasting (I discovered that I also like raspberry flavoured Hoegaarden yum), but then I ended up feeling like death so I came back up to the room. I watched the Hobbit: ...
... find somewhere else but that is not a problem. Thankfully his wifi is quick and that makes life so much easier. We went for a quick stroll and as it was after 9pm we just grabbed a cheap middle eastern mixed grill and some nice Belgium purified water (beer). One of the challenges in Bruges is the very expensive but fine dinning! It has the most Michelin restaurants per capita in Europe and being so close to France most of the chefs are trained ...