Maison le Dragon Guesthouse
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... to get to the hotel. Apparently I viewed a whole section of the city that was not planned...I guess good exercise to help recover from my frustration. I then was able to find a laundromat as all my clothes, especially the biking clothes were in a need of a washing. I first went with one bag to figure out the process, it was about a 6 block walk and I was surprised by the "characters" on the street - young and loud. On the second trip, right outside the laundromat there were a ...
... white wine. (2) It was so nice we all went back again.
As I write, Amy and Lily are downstairs watching the World Cup and rooting for Germany, of course, Martina!
3 days in Bruges (not enough!!!!), now on to Paris!
PS: Sorry for the MANY photos, I could not help myself, nor did I take most of them in the "good light". We always got a late start on our days because we stayed up late at night.
... and slept really well.
Breakfast was an opportunity to meet a few of the others on the trip... so far it has not been terribly easy to meet them all, which I think is a bit of a shame; but may is organising a get together drink and meal tonight which will be fun.
The sky was bright blue as we headed out to the market which had appeared as if by magic in the giant square right outside the hotel. Never have I seen such a ...
... small town with narrow cobblestone streets, churches and a market square. The difference in Brugges is that every third shop is a chocolate shop mixed with lace shops. There are 11 local beers - only tried one - Julius Beer. The town also has small canals which twist thru the town and there are canal cruses.
The difference between the Belgium people and the French is immediately oberious. In Amiens in ...
... special sauce from a popular fristen restaurant that started since 1900, unfortunately it was quite disappointing. (Medium plate with sauce = 3.60Euro, Stella Antoin= 2.20Euro). The restaurants here seemed not very friendly in terms of toilet - they charged 0.50Euro for using it; the restaurant on the high way was the same but they would give you a coupon/ticket that could be redeemed for food/drinks.
It was raining a bit this afternoon, yet the ...