Kasteel ten Berghe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I don’t think I would pay for it if it wasn’t covered by the card.
The guidebook has three different walking tours and I chose to do the first one which covers all the main tourist attractions. You wander along cobblestone streets, through squares and parks, along canals and into museums. Just adjacent to Market Square is Burg Square. This is another breathtaking square with the City Hall (1376-1420) dominating the view. It is ...
... us went for a bike ride, but they were running short of bikes, so Darren and Mike looked like the Goodies on a tandem! We experienced the etiquette of sharing the narrow cobbled streets with busses, cars and pedestrians, and the importance of paying attention to which way the bike lanes go... when the locals were coming towards us at one stage!
Walked back to the hostel via the ...
... was stopped and the lift was broken. Not a problem for people such as us, grabbing the bikes by the pannier racks and hauling them up! I'm going to be so glad once we reach Brugge, no more trains. Woot! So half a day more sight seeing (combine with finding a hotel) then we are off on our next cycling adventure. North on the North Sea route to Rotterdam. Oh one of the reasons Brussels won out over Amsterdam was that this part of ...
... at the beautiful city with canals and dutch gabled buildings everywhere. Our friendly taxi driver was giving us pointers on the sights and I just felt straight away that I would really enjoy staying here longer than 2 sleeps and one day. Vernon also felt that it would be a good place to stop, so that was a decision done and dusted much to my relief.
Our room is up two steep, narrow and a little curvy in places flights of stairs in a ...
... are hardcore! They work their tails off in the fields just as hard as the men and are good hardy workers. We see them everywhere tilling a field, carrying buckets, and they're old! That is amazing! They even beat us on the hills and stairs. I'm impressed. Back to Burg Eltz- met more friends. Toured the castle with them. Our tour guide was a cool, young guy that has been to 22 of the 50 states in the US. His favorite is Colorado- ...