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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... we then recalled it was spring and they were courting. We made our way back to the barge for good sleep before rising the next day to pack and farewell the crew and fellow travellers. After breakfast we set off to our new abode for the next two nights - Hotel Goezeput, 29 Goezeput Street in the old village, good location not too far from the station were we will have to depart from to go to Amsterdam on the 15th. We explored for a couple of hours till we ...
Today we had a leisurely start to the day. Before lunch we caught the bus up to Centrum in the main square. Being a SUnday there were so many people there just sitting at the outdoor restaurants in the sun watching the world go by. Also there were lots of tourists. All the streets are cobblestone and are so old. Lots of beautiful old large buildings dating back to the 12th century. Is very much like a little Venice with canals encircling the town. We did ...
... and a half here exploring the streets and trying some fine food (Belgian chocolates, waffles, Flemish stew to name a few). We also learnt about chocolate and where it came from and how it's made! It's inspired kayla to try moulding her own sometime. We also scaled the 90m bell tower to look out over the town and saw it from a different view in a boat ride through the canals. Overall our time in Belgium which started off a bit ...
... flavours and varieties! We all bought a selection and then within a few hours had smashed them all and needed more the following day!
Anyway after all this eating and walking we decided to head back to the hostel to warm up before hitting the 7.30pm free city walking tour. We got all warmed up only to find upon meeting the guide that the story wasn't so much about the history of Bruges but rather about where to eat and drink in Bruges ...
... a quelque peu limité mes activités. Le bon côté des choses est que la municipalité prête des vélos (oui oui, gratuitement). Ce sont des vieux vélos un peu rouillés, le mien avait une seule vitesse et des freins limite, mais pour se déplacer le long de la promenade c'est nettement mieux qu'à pied!
Il ne reste vraiment plus grand chose du passé de la ville, il y a eu beaucoup de destruction pendant la seconde ...