La Maison de Claudine
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... of the wealthy Ghent families, not because they were feeling particularly charitable, but as part of a settlement of a feud they had with another prominent family. The penance for murdering some members of the other family was to build this hospital in the mid 1300’s.
We had dinner at a restaurant featuring traditional Belgian fare and washed it down with some more Belgian beer. Then walked back to the apartment in the drizzle while being awed by the nicely lit old ...
... Dessert was literally an assortment--a plate for each person with tiny servings of fruits, ice cream, tiramisu and two other layered cake/cream delicacies. Add wines, beers, etc., and we waddled back to the hotel. This will be a good group--11 couples including us, two women friends traveling together, and two women traveling on their own. 26 we are, plus Hans! It isn't as cold as it was earlier, so we're hanging out our window admiring t
... I did 7 trips.
Kinderdijk: as we got closer, the weather got worse. By the time we arrived, while not a howling gale, it was certainly bleak and blustery. Ponchos essential. The umbrellas suffered in the blustery wind and will never be the same again.
Today, only 8 of the 19 windmills of the Kinderdijk remain and are now UNESCO listed. This complex of windmills ...
... want to risk it and asked an attendant. Stood in line for five mins just to find out, yes, same station. The ride was quite nice, sitting with our feet up and relaxing. We seemed to be on a local train, as it stopped a lot more than the last one. Leaving Laura on the train to the airport, I got off at Midi/Zuid station to find my hotel, the Pullman. I'm leaving in the morning from this station on the high speed train to Paris and wanted something close by, where I could ...
... the road, and went into a chocolate shop for a look, but didn't buy anything. We wandered down past the still-not-open Christmas markets. They'll probably open the day after we leave, being December 1st! We wandered down to one of the bars we'd drank at the other night, where Karina had told us to go to find the best Belgian Waffles in town. Then we went to the chocolate shop next door to it. The man in there was really nice and talked us through all the types of ...