Maison de la Rose
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... paths were quite charming (other than trying to roll you suitcase over them - it which case it inspired creativity as we navigated the smoothest path to avoid our arms jostling out of their sockets). There are 12km of canals that weave through the town, which just add to the ambience. Locals tell us that Brugge is sometimes referred to as “little Venice of the North”.
We spent that ...
... was super impressive as well, over 50 different beers if I remember correctly. We were in a 20 bed dorm, but the beds were massive, more like a pod. We all had our own curtains for privacy, a light and a massive crate underneath for our bags. There was sooo much room to actually walk around and stuff as well, it felt less crowded than some of our other dorms that had half the people. So we were impressed!
One of the first things that we noticed, was that they had ...
... However once a year on Ascension Day there is a Precession of The Holy Blood where it is taken out of the box and processed through the plaza back to the Basilica. This is a Catholic religious relic and I respect that, however as a Presbyterian I have my doubts on if this is truly Holy Blood.
One last thing about our hotel the Crowne Plaza, it ...
... are more than worth it. And if you can time it so the carillon of 47 bells are chiming, the setting becomes even more awe-inspiring.
If you are going at Christmas time then the annual Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival is a must. This year’s theme was based around Disney. A breathtaking ...
I arrive at the hostel to find two delightful Australians in my room who insist I join them for a Belgium beer tasting. Which of course I could not possibly turn down.
At the tasting I learn how the elaborate glasses Belgium beer is served in effect taste and enjoy some of the 8-14% strength Trapas beers.
A beer can only obtain the title of Trapas if it has been brewed by monks in a Belgium monistary and I am surprised ...