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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... We went out with a large group from our hostel to a couple bars nearby and drank a few more beers. As much as I've enjoyed staying with friends or couchsurfing during my travels this year, I have to say I've missed out a bit on the hostel experience. I love that you just meet loads of random people from around the world and hopefully get the chance to meet up with them again. So many of the people we met were headed to Amsterdam ...
... cost 52AUD! Indirectly we experienced the history of Dutch imperialism especially in Indonesia. Then, off to Kalverstraat for lunch at the most sophisticated cafeteria we have ever experienced - La Place. There was a huge variety of beautifully prepared food. Saturday night, we spent in the red light district - no, not quite what you are thinking! We walked the streets with all the other tourists - people watching. The bars were overflowing, canal boats were full and ...
Today we took what we knew would be one of our longest day trips. With lunches packed and ready, we got on the road just after 7am for the long drive to Bruges/Brugge, Belgium. Lachlan was especially keen to reach our third country of the trip, even if only for one day. We drove north along the coast and as we approached Calais the traffic slowed to a crawl. We hadn't realized the impact that the ferry to the UK would have on ...
... and heavy rain made for difficult conditions to got out and explore. I scrapped my original plan which was to hire a bike and cycle to the beach. Instead I took a walk out in the morning, observing the mass of tourists in their rain ponchos! I decided to have a quiet afternoon in the hostel, writing some blogs and catching up with friends. That all changed when I bumped into a Finnish guy I had spoken to at breakfast. 3 of them had come over for the game the night before, and ...
... over town and the different rooms were so well maintained it felt easy to travel back. The armour and weaponry on display was pretty mind boggling. We were quite disturbed by the different torture devices and the horrible ending that came to those suffering mental illness. It was not a good time to be alive. We spent the rest of our late afternoon walking around the churches and city square. This was another place of street art and ...