Kasteel ten Berghe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which holds the relic. Is it real, probably not, but its a good story.
Walk back outside and cross to City Hall, where I buy a ticket to walk upstairs and check out the Gothic Room, a large hall with magnificent wall murals that tell the story of Bruges. Entering, I pick up a placard that describes each of the murals and spend some time walking around the room, checking out each of the unique murals, which depict scenes that include the arrival ...
... was because of the incessant rain from August onwards turned the battlefield into a quagmire and many thousands were buried in the mud where they fell.
New Zealand's major part in all this occurred in October, late in the 100 day battle when the mud was at its deepest. An attack on the German defences was a disaster with 2800 casualties in just four hours. It was the worst day in New Zealand's military history and makes Gallipoli look like a picnic at the ...
... to the Michelangelo, Madonna and Child white marble statue. The statue has been stolen twice, once by French revolutionaries and the other by Nazis. A fair bit of the church is under renovation so we weren’t able to see a lot of the church.Lastly for the day, before heading back for happy hour at the hostel, we went to a little lace shop and were lucky enough to watch how they make lace. I now have a new found respect for ...
I was planning to travel to Luxembourg, another nearby country, but it all was too last minute so I dropped the trip. I visited Bruges, a hour west from Bruxelles instead. I had a great day! Less tourists, more authentic shops. The family I am staying with had a list of recommendation where is the top eateries in Bruges. I visited a ...
... the attractive cobbled lanes, been lured into more chocolate shops and been to a fabulous harp concert. The chocolate shops, of which there are many with chocolate being a big industry, are very hard to resist as they all have the most amazingly decorated windows for Easter.
All in all it has been a good relaxing day so we are feeling ready to depart this beautiful city in the morning for another beautiful city - Paris.