Hotel 't Keizershof
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... other hand, looked at us with pitiful eyes to see if we would ignore the sign. We didn't.
Before we took a quick rest at the hotel, we decided to go from downscale (Cafe Vlissinghe) to upscale, Grand Hotel Casselburgh where the bar was highly recommended. It was beautifully decorated for Christmas and we had beverage and a nice visit with the bartender from Portugal, who convinced us to do a visit at some point ...
A full day tour which includes The Last Post in the evening at Ypres. Some heavy rain at our first stop to walk some of the Belgium trenches. Quite appropriate that we see these trenches fill of water and mud, Belguim is certainly wet and we get a glimpse of how things must have been for those living in these conditions. Then it is on to Ypres and the big war museum there. A little disappointed and no mention of New Zealanders, nor are there ...
... history. The view was everything the book had promised, though of course it's a bit like seeing Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower -- there's something iconic missing from all your pictures.
After passing through the burg (a square with some lovely buildings all about), and lunch at a Thai restaurant and a quick gander at a lace-work store, a craft for which the area is well known, we opted to go on a boat cruise along the ...
... and a half to visit before they closed. After a quick swing through the Impressionist wing, we managed to be part of the last group of people let into a temporary Van Gogh exhibit, which had an impressive collection of his work pulled from collections throughout the world, including four self portraits. From the Orsay we headed to the Marais neighborhood to have wine on the patio of the Cafe Hugo, overlooking the Place des Vosges. Afterwards we had a very memorable dinner at Chez ...
... that our train was boarding. I started to tear up. Zach had gone on ahead of me and we were going to miss the train. The woman asked what was wrong and I explained our train was boarding... she finally began to hustle a bit. So my bag was a perfectly pack like a perfect game of Tetris and now my stuff was EVERYWHERE. The woman helped me pack everything back in, but several things didn't fit so I carried them by hand. I turned the corner ...