Le V en Vertheuil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... 3 train connections. Again Mumsy has to take the credit when she realised that the French issued ticket had the French name for a station but of course the Belgians had their own different named sign up. I blithely wouldn't have changed trains.
Anyhow with not too much drama we arrived in Brugges a little late.
We are not sure what language is spoken here. Flemish? Our taxi driver who had very ...
... 4pm and sat under the shade of giant umbrellas having a lesisurely meal. I had the best salad ever, with fois gras ( my one and time eating it as i know its not got the best record), smoked salmon, a selection of fantastic cheeses and great greenery to accompany them. Washed down with a lovely glass of local red, then an espresso with petit fours to boot.
After this we went onto the Chateaux for our tour with tastings. This ...
... shape the wood so that no glue would be needed to make them. Then it was time to taste the wine. Ben and Jon got to taste some drops of wine as well. Ben and Jon liked the smell but didn't like the taste! After our tour, we went to the Blaye Carnival. First, Ben and Jon went on a Jake and the Neverland Pirates ride. They had lots of fun. Next, Ben and Jon played a game where they had to shoot guns to ...
... br> The Hotel was a lovely old building - of course no lift and crazy spiral stairs.
Desperate for a beer be headed for the closest venue. Stan was in his element - Leffe as the local brew and as usual an awesome variety of food.
We made a quick trip to the Bruges Old Town Markt Platz, dodging the many, many cyclists.