Kasteel ten Berghe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... It was fantastic to listen to her travel stories and I was really glad I made it to Brugge. We both walked quite a bit and also found our way to the Lake of Love. While it was a beautiful location, wonder why the name :-) Brugge is a very cute city that none should miss if they visit Belgium. We also went for a Beer tasting session :P. And not to forget, we tasted Fries and Waffles too. I must add here, my mother was very upset that I did not try out waffles in Brussels. So I ...
... and churches generated a surge in tourism and economic
activity in the ancient downtown area. International tourism has boomed,
and new efforts have resulted in Bruges being designated 'European Capital of Culture' ...
... it is really amazing and while we were there we chatted with the owner of the shop. It turns out her grandmother (whose photo was on the wall with the typical Belgian costume) was a skilled lace maker whose work is hung on the walls of the Dutch embassy in the country of Belarusse. She showed us photos of her grandmother's lace and it was amazing! So of course we had to buy some of the lacework. As we walked we began to smell food and it was sprinkling--uh oh! that means rain so let's ...
... br> Our trip would not be complete if we didn't try the Belgian Waffles. We stopped after dinner and shared one. Oddly, waffles in Belgium are not for breakfast. There is no butter and syrup in sight. They are more of an afternoon snack or after dinner dessert. There are shops and food carts all over that sell them. They come with strawberries, drizzled chocolate, and whip cream! Yummy!
Next and Final stop: Amsterdam, Netherlands
... available in this town. I think we sampled about 4! The following week was about discovering Amsterdam and surrounds. We went to a museum village where there are original windmills from the 1600's! And we also had fish at a small fishing town. I spend an entire day walking the canals, also visited Ana Frank's house - this was a very moving and confronting experience; also went to the Van Gogh museum and the markets. Most interesting I did a night walking tour of the Red Light ...