B&B 't Walleke
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... Although, actually, when we got to the border there was no sign of anything changing. We wouldn't have known if we hadn't checked the map before leaving.
Slus was a surprisingly bustling little town with a very busy main shopping street, so we meandered through town, trying to stay on the shady side of the street and out of the sun! By this point we were quite exhausted and hot, so we treated ourself to some ...
... It was pretty impressive!
The walk ends at a cafe that is said to be the oldest in Bruges. There has been a tavern at Cafe Vlissinghe since 1515, but I wasn't in the mood for food so I did not go in. This walk was a great one to take to visit some of the less well-known spots in the city. There were places that were busier (the windmills) but otherwise there were few people. I enjoyed poking around the streets without the guided walking ...
... our long long long line. Crowd control was almost non-existent, and many jumped the queue. Elderly people had to borrow warm clothing from those more warmly dressed. It was a PR disaster and soured our visit to Bruges.
It wasn't Bruges' fault that the thunderstorm followed us across the Channel. But it was the Guide's fault that he refused to allow us to stay ...
... indeed tiny. It felt like we were on a scavenger hunt and we had found the sneaky tiny clue that the Hunger Games designers had planted to "help out".
As Team Australia and Team Texas were celebrating the culmination of a nice tour and a very nice last ride, Team Maui arrived - the team with the GPS. They had even taken a few wrong turns but finally made it! ;-) They told us funny stories about speaking pidgin Dutch to survive, like ...
... the hotel via some shops and a supermarket to get a light picnic dinner for later on. There are lots of sales and nice shops but prices are still OTT so it was more a little look in the windows.
When we got back to the palace we went for a big swim in the indoor pool which was nice and I had 5 minutes in the Hamman (steam hot box). We enjoyed our picnic tea and settled in the super King bed before midnight for a change.