Hotel 't Keizershof
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... br> We did it. We got to the top at the best part too (that was sarcasm). Right on 4:00pm time time at the beginning of the hour when the BELLS ring.
It was loud.
We took our photos and went back down going into the small rooms with information about the history and mechanics of the tower.
Once we did the tower we went to get MORE BEER!. on the walk there I got my little shot glass of the town. Once ...
... 000 by 1900.
The symbolist novelist George Rodenbach even made the sleepy city into a character in his novel Bruges-la-Morte, meaning "Bruges-the-dead", which ...
... interactive museum where you follow a story of one young man through Brugges in its heyday. This was really neat cause as you walk through the museum you get different smells, wind blowing, snow falling as the story is told. It gives you a very good feel for how Brugges was in the 15th century. It shows you how the town was laid out and how trade and commerce took place.
After we went through this it was time for some lunch. Now of course you know what Belgium ...
Had to give Ghent a miss as time had run out. Back to Antwerp where Lotty had a lovely meal waiting for us. She has looked after us so well and is so thoughtful. Has even made lunches for us to take when we go out. She's an absolute gem.
Slept iin today. Think new needed it! Came downstairs to a typical Belgium Sunday breakfast/brunch. Can feel the clothes getting tighter!! In afternoon we went to a local park that has a ...
... as there was a major football (soccer) game on. It showed how passionate the English are about their footy by making a trip over from England just to watch the game at the pub. That's right the pub not the stadium. The chanting and singing going on was awesome and I can only imagine what it would be like with a stadium full of them. Escaping the crowd we found our little tea shop we had come across yesterday. We enjoyed a nice cup of tea each with a little treat of ...