La Maison Zenasni
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... Very windswept beach, high-rise and a port. Bit disappointing but the ride was nice although coming back I got off the bike paths somehow and ended up on a busy road with trucks screaming past blaring their horns. (think they were telling me to GET OFF THEIR ROAD.)
Have been very lucky with the weather. Rain, thunder and lightning at night but then clear sunny days and about 25 degrees. Unusual they say, but I’ll take ...
... our way home for a quiet relax and had a great chat to a bloke who was walking his 3 and 10 year old Labs. Turns out this bloke is a Judge in the city and we had a great discussion with him about Brugge and Australia.
We're having dinner at our Hotel tonight - apparently the chef isn't too shabby so we'll see.
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... in bruges has reminded me of how much I like visiting small towns in europe after being in paris. A lot of people come to europe and make the mistake of only going to the huge cities but never come to places like bath, rouen, or bruges. There's more charm, more local culture, people are much more open and friendly, and everything is in walking distance. You get a real feel for the country and it's people, which isn't always there in larger cities. Going ...
Before I start on Brugge, let me tell you the adventure of getting there! We hoped on one bus from Edinburgh to Glasgow, then we had to wait 2 hours to catch the next bus from Glasgow to Birmingham., then we waited an hour to catch a bus from Birmingham to London. Then we had 8 hours till our bus, so we thought that we would just stay in the bus terminal all night since it Was already midnight. But no they started to kick everyone out around 1:00. ...
... was there; €16 for their soup of the day and a delicious roast chicken fillet with green pea stew and bacon. A snip compared to many of the surrounding restaurants where €30 for a starter and a main is the norm. There is your usual array of fast food options of course for those wanting a quicker, cheaper bite; Pizza Hut, McDonalds etc along with the odd burger stall and cafés where you can pick up a panini and a drink for €5.