Kasteel ten Berghe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... good for about an hour indoor stroll through artwork that dates back to the 15th century until the 20th. Then it was time for another beer at our favorite brewery. This time we decided to get lunch there, and it didn't disappoint. I had the traditional beef Flemish stew made with their darkest beer and Jonathan had meatballs with potato mash. They were both super flavorful and delicious. The beef in my stew was tender ...
... puddles. At first I tried to avoid them, then the rain started and it did not matter. It was really fun to ride through these puddles spraying everywhere, soaking our feet. Really fun ride... As the rain stopped, encountered another challenge. Steve and I were at the end - as we were riding you can see a pack of like 20 bicyclists on the road adjacent to us in the distance. Reminded me of the scene in Twister where you can see the other group. Then they turned and you can see ...
... clearly too cool to partake in such an ordeal. And what a better way to finish the day but by eating ice cream and waffles.
We are staying in a hostel above a sort of pub/restaurant/smokeria which hasn't been too bad (for the moment) but even from three levels up you still can receive drafts of cigarette and tobacco fumes unless you close the door. Our hosts wisely put our large family up in the attic of the building, so we've been ...
Three countries in one day! England, France and Belgium! We left England via train to Dover. At the port we were taken by Bus after we cleared customs to our P&O ferry to cross the English Channel to Calais in France. Then we caught a train again through to Belgium. There was plenty of lovely scenery along the way. What a treat Belgium is. We settled into our ...
... and a chocolate making demonstration with more samples.
We met up with the SHAPE girls at the Belfort. We got in line to climb to the top of it. 366 stairs later, we finally got to the top. It was exhausting to say the least, it felt like my heart was going to beat out of my chest. The stairs were teeny tiny and steep and at one point it felt like we were climbing a ladder instead of stairs. When we got to the top, the view was so awesome. We took lots of ...