Hotel 't Keizershof
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... seen of Bruges already was fantastic, so I headed out for a walk along the canals. There were some fabulous courtyards, of houses, hotels and restaurants. My trusty iPhone camera let me down a little. The sunlight, shadows and reflections meant my pictures don't really do the place justice. What I like most about Bruges, is there refusal to accept big Western brands into the city. Mc Donald's is still refused a franchise here. The one Subway I passed was closed down, and I ...
... assignment. They came down apologising to Madame! We enjoyed our lunch on the peaceful banks of a lake at Passchendaele Memorial Museum at 1.30. At this stage we were feeling a bit battle fatigued and decided to go to Brugge. We had a great drive along the highway, first time for Fay to get it into 6th gear, then the roadworks 15 km from Brugge that put 3 lanes into 1, arriving at 3 pm. A slight delay in getting a car park ...
... it will be the last time I order eel. It wasn't horrible but there are so many things I like better. Let it be known that Lily Page tried one!!!! Nope, she didn't care for them either. The long walk we took to the restaurant whetted our appetite for more and more walking. We stopped in a lace store and met Ingrid, who kindly showed us how lace is made and spent a lot of time with us. Everything in this store was starched, white, ...
... Saturday evening, we went for dinner up the street and wandered a bit more but we were both pretty exhausted so went to bed pretty early. We head to Ghent for a few hours on our way to Brussels. I'll be staying at the Midi station to catch my Paris train in the morning and laud is staying near the airport as she's heading home Monday morning.there are more thunder showers through the night and I don't sleep well again, even though I'm exhausted and slightly sunburned. ...
... were sitting with some of our number drinking beer. We dumped our bags and joined them. The pace of the weekend has now slowed and the frantic need to see everything has dissipated.
It was enough to sit and chat and watch the little old lady walking in front of the massive digger... totally oblivious of the huge construction vehicle bearing down on her whose driver was gesturing wildly for her to move.
She didn't, so he had to wait.