Pastorie van Merkem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
... Square. It seemed appropriate that the carillon burst into "Ode to Joy" immediately upon our arrival! We then heard the "Birthday Song" being played by the band in the Square below--a fitting tribute to Tim on his birthday! The view of the city below was well worth the 290 foot climb. We also enjoyed viewing many artifacts in a huge Catholic church and popped into a few galleries along our way. Tomorrow we head to France to visit the D-Day ...
... the ride which is about an hour - they stop half way through to feed and water the horses. So we decided to do it. Then I saw the price. 40 euros for the carriage. Obviously if there are more than two people it is cheaper. Oh well, I am on holidays - it's just money and I probably won't be back here in a hurry, so we did it. And it was worth every cent!
Obviously there are more chocolate shops that one can point a stick at. ...
... something off a medieval movie. We chose to do a walking tour that afternoon which took us through the main parts of the town, told us the history of the major sites & the best places to eat & drink. We soon realise that Bruge was a beer lovers delight as the town is covered with pubs, bars and breweries. Bruge offers beers that are all served in their own unique branded glasses to enhance the flavour, with one ...
... in towards the centre of Bruges (as I knew I could get home from there). Despite getting a bit lost along the way, I eventually found my way home after seeing a lot more of Bruges than I was expecting. I decided to have a quiet night, so I just talked a German guy (Hagan) into going into town for some dinner (the walking tour guide mentioned a restaurant which served a choice of 4 local dishes with frites and a beer for 15 euro). I had the creamy chicken stew and ...