The Abiente Rooms
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... ducked promptly back inside. We continued walking throughout the town, finishing at a brewery that we plan to tour on Sunday. It was then time for another rest back at the hotel. Tonight, we were exhausted and not famished, so our dinner turned into a second dessert: Summer Belgian Waffles with fruit, whipped cream, and ice cream.
Tomorrow we are off to visit battlefields of the First World War. Wish us luck as we continue our adventures!
... meats and cheeses, one with flowers and several with fruits and veggies. Everything looked so good that I decided to buy a snack for later of some fresh strawberries and a sugar waffle.
Snack purchased, I set out on my walk. The walk started at the Chocolate Museum, which I had toured yesterday. From there, the walk took me past Saint Walburga's Church (1619-1642 but it wasn't open yet to go inside) and then to a canal with some great views. ...
We spotted a few windmills and dykes as we left The Netherlands and I have never seen so many bicycles in all my life- I am sure they must be free. We arrived in Brugge after lunch in glorious sunshine so went on a coatless walk about, could not believe it was nearly November as it reached 20 degrees. Lucy and Amy opted for Halloween costumes, I went for windmill sunglasses - Neil did not dress up. To Lucy's disappointment Belgium people did not seem to participate ...
... the very narrow lock bridge and unto the fast ferry to Breskens across the water.
Shortly after we arrived at Breskens we met up with Erin and Beau. We decided to all stick together at a more leisurely pace. When we arrived in Sluis, a quaint little town and the last one before hitting Belgium we parked our bikes and had a really good Croque Madame and Salad Nicoise. We sat outside on a beautiful sunny day with a view of the ...
... for non smoking 5 star room.
Our other hotel had in room tea and coffee facilities and was more period furnished, this one was roomy, had some nice paintings but no more character than a modern hotel, and was a little tired. Our room also was a mobility access one and had extra equipment in the bathroom and did not have a bath or as nice appointments in view of space - accessibility. And to top it off no tea ...