Le 1815 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Multilingual staff
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... in a day which we found to be very true. We made the most of our afternoon walking around observing all the sights and sounds eating some chips. Some of the places we saw was the comic museum in Europe this was mainly dedicated to TinTin and the Smurfs which were both created by locals. Along the way to the museum we came across a chocolate place that had a chocolate elephant out the front (ended up not being made of chocolate!)
... br> The trip took about an hour - busy train with lots of locals and tourists. We were amazed to see a huge bicycle parking lot at one of the stations en route to Bruges. Covered and undercover parking! Bicycles minus helmets have been a very popular mode of transport right throughout all the countries we have visited. At the station, we caught a bus into the old town and were dropped off right in the Markt. This is a large cobbled stone square surrounded by ...
A little sad from leaving Copenhagen, we boarded the train to Amsterdam. This was our first real international train and needless to say we were impressed. For our travels through Europe we purchased a Eurail pass. This pass entitles us to unlimited travelling on trains in most countries, but the best part is we have to travel in first class. The trains so far have been new and comfortable and the first class carriages ...
Forgot to mention on Saturday's blog - while having lunch with Jean-Philippe and family, we got a phone call on Veronica's mobile - by the time Veronica got it out of her bag it rang out - a missed call from our son Peter's girlfriend Rachel.
Veronica hit the return call button and got a French speaking man on the phone - she couldn't understand him, and after a few fumbling attempts to communicate she hung up.
A few moments later the mobile rang and Veronica answered and ...
... is French speaking. Apparently there is some rivalry between the two.
JP said that Brugge is called the little Venice bacause of its many canals - and that it is very beautiful. We weren't disappointed!
There was a Sunday market as we exited the carpark, with a veteran car display which JP enjoyed. Cycling is big in Brugge - ...