Kasteel ten Berghe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... even more beautiful was Bruges! We threw our coins into the lake of love,saw the two town squares and did some souvenir shopping, and had a nice brunch in one of the restaurants ! After we got back to Brussels we went to a wonderful dinner right across the street from our hotel and closed kg ...
... opened in 1516. So, even though I am not a beer lover, we had to stop in to check it out.
Cafe Vlissinghe is on a very small alley and not someplace we would have found on our own. http://www.cafevlissinghe.be/cafevlissi nghe.be/home_GB.html We went in, ordered a beer and a snack and enjoyed Freddie the dog, who is part owner. There was a sign with a picture of Freddie, saying please don't feed the dog. Freddie, ...
... the second largest brick building in the world at 122.3 meters tall. The altarpiece is home to one of the most celebrated pieces of art in Belgium; Michelangelo's Madonna and Child (the sculpture from the Monuments Men). The sculpture was made in 1504 and was probably meant for Sienna Cathedral. The Madonna of Brugge differs from the artist's earlier representations of the subject in that the child is walking away from Mary and she is not looking at ...
... Paris by train. So we said our goodbyes and made our way to the appropriate platforms. As we were walking, we were interrupted by a police lock down of a floor that we had to be on as there was a mysterious abandoned suit case. Secured with caution tape, security cards and very much armed soldiers were directing people opposite of the scene which delayed us considerably. (We were to later discover that a lady had simply forgotten it and claimed it fifteen minutes later.)
... them. My pulled ligament in my knee made it impossible to get up there but am hoping by the end of this journey my knee would have healed enough for me to climb up most things. We have so much to see.
Got back to the campsite and just collapsed. 10 hrs of walking is a lot for little ole me. It's more tiring being on holiday than working I can tell you and we've only just started ha ha!