Huis 't Schaep
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... taste or the brand's evocative "Taste the silence" slogan.
Our tour ends with a complimentary beer in the brewery restaurant, which we supplement with a bowl of ham, cheese, and beer soup. As we step back outside, my whistle is a little wetter, my coat a little drier, and I'm ready for our next Brugge.adventure.
... indigenous nicnacs made in China, becomes a tourist. This is our sorry lot in Brugge, this lovely city in Belgium. The man at the tourist office sneered that we were 10 minutes too late and go away, we were told by our waitress that serving crepes after 5.30 are forbidden and our hostess at Ganzenstraat 37 advised ...
... the peaks in the distance, and of course, Lake Lugano. Our hotel was in the town center, on the main pedestrian shopping street, and the rooms were filled with woodwork done by the owner. We found a place for a late lunch, ordered what we thought were sandwiches, and ended up getting semi-quesadillas - our "sandwich" fillings were melted in tortillas. An unexpected, but nice, change of pace. We took a boat tour around the lake, and got off in the small town of Gandria to have a drink ...
... which means we can see the world!! From the minute we left Southampton everything has been quite rushed, although my family got to watch the first of two shows whilst their on board. We put on three performances of 'Killer Queen', they managed to watch two and on behalf of them and everyone else's proud parents on board it's safe to say they enjoyed it very much. My family did their own thing in Bruges and ...
... year olds who’ve grown bored of painting.
As dusk descended and I wiped the remnants of yet another waffle from my lips, the only next natural progression was to drink. After all, there’s a lot to get through here. Unfortunately, as the cold set in, le tourist en masse, had the same idea. Feeling like Mary and Joseph as they arrived in Bethlehem, I tapped in to my new found knowledge of the city and ventured away from the magnet of the ...