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... we found a restaurant open that maybe would let us use the phone. Lucky around the corner there was a Pizza Hut that was open (well sorta). We found out later they closed at 9pm. The ladies were kind enough not only to let us use the phone, but also speak to someone on the other side after I pathetically could not make the phone work. As the women hung up I swear she was going to tell me that it was after check in time and no one was going ...
... on that day, so we decided to take a seat in Craenenburg house, and we never regretted that :D
There are nice parks in the southern side of the old town (which is the end of the boat tour). I can imagine how crowded these parks will be in summer time. Brugges is the wonderful mixture of France, England and Holland. Even in the freezing rain, I helplessly fall in love with this city.
... show but meet us when we went to a brewery/pub called meantime. I had a quick wander round at the museums but will need to go back -We headed to Battersea park fireworks (bonfire night is a big deal over here, they don't call it Guy Fawkes like us). We met up with Nicola (friend from teachers college) -Sunday - as a flat we went down and had brunch in the canal and then we went back to Westfield to buy some winter woollies like coats, hats, gloves and ...
... floor. It seemed like it had been renovated, but still had a very traditional feel with olive green wallpaper and old fittings and was a cosy place to stay, with a really nice host. Seeing we only had 2 nights here, we decided to go out that first night even though I wasn't feeling all that flash. We went to Delaneys - an Irish pub - for dinner and a few drinks. We continued walking and found a place I'd seen online called Beer Wall, which sold over 300 ...
... because we could not deduce which was the right
bus and the skies began opening up even more, we found the taxi line and hopped
in one to take us back.
A couple hours of relaxing back
at the house was well received by our feet and frankly our minds. Dinner
was at a local pub where Tom and ribs and fries and I had an Omelet which is
apparently a very popular dish in Belgium; along with Mussels, ribs,
Frits. Considering it had been ...
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