Royal Stewart Bed & Breakfast
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... for 7PM. It was 4PM and I told her that I would certainly hope we would be done by then! Although in Holland, some of the Dutch lunches do take that long! The beer menu at Cambrinus, known for its more than 400 beers, was of course huge. I thought Brian would take his time trying to decide which beer to have, but how could I make such a mistake! He doesn't like to shop around for anything. He thus went with whatever ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Even after a few Duvels and a couple of chocolate covered waffles, you can easily cover Bruges by foot. The Belfort (the bell tower of Bruges) should probably be the first thing on the to do list though. The 366 steps aren’t as daunting as they sound but after queuing for half an hour to start your ascent, your feet may just feel like kicking you as the near the summit. The views once you get ...
... is still a short queue, but it’s moving quickly, and we soon find ourselves at the bottom of those 366 steps.Here goes nothing! The first 30 or 40 steps are fine – no problems here – but then we started to feel the burn and we’re grateful for the first rest stop at around step number 55 or so. And then, there are two nasty stints of stairs at 100+ each time. This is not helped by the many people climbing down the stairs in the ...
... more experiences that both involved bicycles.
First I cam across a small bicycle shop on a corner, and stopped inside to check it out. I introduced myself and explained that I was a bicycle mechanic from the USA and liked to check out other shops. The guy was very friendly and showed me around, explaining he works on anywhere from 18-25 bikes a day, and has room for 60 repairs at any given time. It's just him and one other ...
... help of a passing 4x4, and apart from being a bit shaken up she was well, the car was a write-off though.
We had been told by the event organisers that we would need to provide all of our own equipment, everything from drumkits to PAs to amps to stands. This took us so long to pack into Ben's slightly decrepit van that on the Friday on which we were finally leaving, we only left for Canterbury long after it had gone dark. Arriving in ...