Marie-Rose Debruyne Bed and Breakfast
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After a hearty breakfast we strolled the streets and took a canal boat tour before the short drive to Calais where I discovered to my cost that I hadn't checked our ticket properly as we were booked in the day before by mistake. Still the ticket was bought via Tesco Clubcard so no real ...
... Lady to see the Leonardo Da Vinci statue, Madonna and Christ Child, housed here. The Cathederal is undergoing restoration which is expected to go on for ten years. I engage the supervisor in conversation about the restoration but it somehow changes to his love of music and his CD collection, primarily of music from the 1960s. The weather is still grim but the rain is gradually easing. ...
... it in small glasses, to avoid heaps of tourists getting carried away and ending up on the floor. There's one place called 't Brugs Berrtje' that has over 300 beers on offer. It was the Champions League final that night and Anya kindly agreed we could go watch it in a bar. We found a bar in the centre showing the game and grabbed a classic strong Belgian beer as we found a couple of stools to watch the game. I ...
... evening. Some of what we saw was simply stunning.
For those who don’t enjoy my writing or just want to get straight to it then I will summarise it for you in bullet points.
- Brugge is a must, it’s absolutely stunning.
· Take bikes, forget walking.
· Drink there beer and eat their chocolate
· The campsite (camping memling) is ok. You’re paying a lot more for its location though(22 euro)
· Belgians need to cheers ...
... many swans and ducks inhabit them.
Our obsession with laundry continues and we wanted to make sure we knew exactly where the Laundromat was so we went past the only one we knew about on our very long walk to the railway station. We managed to get a train to Ghent without waiting too long – the trains are very regular here and used to high levels of capacity by the locals. Although it was after 1pm, ...