Guest House De Bleker
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... that Amber had the best coffee of her life. It was a dutch coffee; made up of coffee, cream and liqueur. It looked awesome. I just had a hot chocolate and fries but I wasn't feeling food. I couldn't eat much that day-don't remember why.
Next we went up and down the street shopping. We didn't buy anything-again, I wasn't feeling it. It was cold, windy, rainy ...
... a language we could even comprehend so we were ordering blind essentially. One thing I did recognise was bruschetta, we opted for that despite the unpleasant look on the waitress face. She was waiting for us to order main meals as this was only an entre but we were happy with that. She bluntly took the menus and disappeared to the kitchens. We were waiting a long time for the meal but we didn't mind because we weren't on any ...
... for the later part of the evening. 5pm is the cut off time to purchase their tickets.
Once I returned back from Brugge, I decided to go to this other city called Ghent that night as I had planned to go Kayaking early next morning with my friend. Joachim was extremely helpful and prepared awesome dinner and also made sure that I boarded my train safe :-) Thanks for everything :-)
Do stay tuned to know if I made it to Kayaking or some other life experiences.
I was planning to travel to Luxembourg, another nearby country, but it all was too last minute so I dropped the trip. I visited Bruges, a hour west from Bruxelles instead. I had a great day! Less tourists, more authentic shops. The family I am staying with had a list of recommendation where is the top eateries in Bruges. I visited a ...
... place. We hadn't really researched the road rules in regards to sleeping in the van and where it is allowed. This was proven as we drove around the outskirts of Bruge for around an hour trying to hide ourselves behind trees. We eventually found a suitable place which was opposite to the gates of the Canadian Army museum (Canadian troops defended Belgium during the WW2) Like many of the troops during the early 1940's we drifted off to sleep next to a ...