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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... doing stupid things. In the previous edition I spoke about forgetting stuff in Greece, well today I managed a very poor frisbee throw that put my pride and joy into a big canal. There was only one option which meant going for a swim in the murky water to retrieve it. Stace stood guard and had the mr mr lady from Happy Gilmore tell her that I should get out. It didn't take long but it meant returning to our hostel to have a good scrub. Off to ...
... a lot to do... we really had exhausted most of Bruges things to do...so we pretty much walked around in the rain and bought more chocolates (I got some for Laurence and Claire and some to take to Christmas).
My hangover got progressively worse over the day... until I could barely walk around and started laughing hysterically at stupid things.. I also was so bloated from fat and chocolate that I really couldn't eat anymore...
Thankfully after ...
... some very expensive yachts close to the heart of old Ostend. We walked up oone of the main shopping streets, which lead to the sea front. the sun was shining and it was apleasure to be out and about. We joined the main promenade, a wide paved area adjacent to the beach. Children and adults alike were enloying a wide variety of bikes, trikes,and every concievable form of pedalled transport. Thankfully the space was large enough for all ...
... with the basic old key shape of a long
shaft terminating in a single piece of steel going down at a 90 degree angle
with just enough of a uniqueness to match it to its door. Also on display
was a huge map of Bruge made in lace. We had seen one of these before at
the home we are staying. Kurt, one of our hosts had pointed it out on one
of the big walls in the house on which it was mounted. Apparently, though
once common, they are now few and ...
... makers about, but none in the water, but to be fair, it was low tide and it seemed to be a very long way away!!! We stopped and chatted to the two French lifeguards, thankfully the young female could speak English and I cast an eye over their rescue gear. A dune buggy might have been a handy addition, as they seemed to have a big patch of beach to look after and the water was even further from their tower, as it was back ...