Kwalito Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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After a delightful breakfast at our Hotel this morning (our hosts are extremely friendly), we headed off on foot to the centre of town. Mind you, it's only a 15 minute stroll but it is lined with so many shoe shops and boutiques. Needless to say our walk took us well over an hour.
By the time we arrived at the City Square Sandy had managed to give the credit card a ...
... where trains are only labeled as whatever their final destination is
-In europe, tipping is not nearly as big of a cultural institution as it is in the US. A lot of people don't tip or tip very small amounts. However, most americans that come over here don't know this, and keep tipping what they usually tip in the states (15%, whereas in europe it can be common to tip 5% or less). Once a smart waiter/waitress deduces that you are american, they ...
... me. 1) broke my wrist on the first attempt at Paris 2) lost my bags on the second attempt at Paris 3) the weather was all over the place and 4) my bags were only returned to me on my last day in the country. Like its saying to me, here's your stuff now rack off. Well bugger that, Bruges rocks! There are lots of grand old buildings, green spaces and canals. I think I've taken more photos today than I took in all of Paris. There are windmills at the end of my street. After ...
... about the history of the brewery and the beer making process. Relaxing in a leather armchair in a brewery with a pint of beer was, quite simply, awesome. Belgium has over one thousand flavours of beer but sadly we only got to try a couple. We did, however, have a look at the 'beer wall' which houses hundreds of beers and their matching glasses. We were desperate to sample more local delicacies for dinner. Sophie went for ...
... at least not as frequently. Despite the weather being more than pleasant while I was there, none of the boating tour companies were open. A shame considering the city’s “Venice of the North” title. These watery arteries, which form a memorising maze throughout the city centre, can still be enjoyed by foot though and there’s a seemingly infinite number of walks you can embark upon, each as beautiful as the last.