Dieltiens Gastenkamers Guestrooms
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Wonderful hospitality. Very conveniently located and the hosts are extremely helpful. Rooms are good sized and comfortable.
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... 10 min and carries over 3 million people over summer. Naive people we are, we thought it should be picturesque along the coast, but discovered that the line runs behind all the buildings on the seaside, and most of them are highrises. So rather than photographic it was a demographic exercise.
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... the bikes back at the hotel, then hightailed it to the town center once more to find the Memling Museum, but we could never find the thing. We thought that this was the museum that housed the Flemish masters. Couldn't find the dang thing. So since we missed the last entrance time, we drug ourselves back to the hotel. Looking at our Rick Steve's guidebook, we realized we wanted the Groeninge Museum, which we passed a couple ...
... a group of fisherman. There was a good supply of bike racks around the edge of the square for this is one bike friendly town. We walked through cobbled streets giving way to horses and carts fully in awe of the amount of history that lined the streets. Before long, we came to the Markt, a large square with an equisite Town Hall, its facade garnished with hundreds of statuettes, but dominating it was the 13th century belfry ...
Once again, I'm completely slacking in
keeping my blog up to date. I'm currently on the train to Koln where
I will meet the son of the couple my parents lived with in Germany 25
years ago. Did you catch that train of thought? From there, we will
drive to Crailsheim, Germany where I will visit my parents' old host
family for the weekend. I have about an hour to organize my thoughts
about the whirlwind that was the last two ...
Our Eurostar ticket included 24 hours of free travel in Belgium and the Netherlands (sort of ... side note: Belgians who are fluent in English don't know the word "Dutch"), so we took the opportunity to spend a night in Ghent. We checked out the graffiti art, ate purple candies and chocolates. We then hung out with our couchsurfing host, cooking mussels, meeting a random ukulele player, and drinking interesting shots at a local ...