Amadore Hotel Restaurant Arion
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Today was the day we would be cycling to Vlissingen, in English known as Flushing. Although we suspected that we were almost always the last cyclists to leave the hotel each morning, it was obvious on this day as only our bikes remained in the bike area!
On our way out, an older couple from Belgium were just about to get on their big Honda Gold Wing motorcycle. The woman asked us where we were from and she was delighted that we were biking to Bruges. ...
... a few small towns nearby. We picked a direction and found a campground a short way in! Score! We paid the non-English speaking guy 10 euro and he said to go wherever we wanted. We pitched the tent and then headed out in search of priority 2: food. We headed west towards another town before passing an information sign saying everything was in the other direction. So we turned around and eventually hit the town of Burgh-Hamstede. We found no restaurants ...
... nice, considering the horror stories I had heard about youth hostels in Europe. The host was really funny telling us all of the cool places to go, especially at night. The place was called Charlie Rocket's, a very American-style place that had license plates from the United States and Canada all over the bar area. There was a room in the back where we could play pool as well. Our room was really nice, well for a hostel. There were ...
Bruges is such a beautiful city, but more so when as today, the sun was shining. We slept in this morning until 7:30 am as we were really exhausted. The hotel offered a beautiful buffet breakfast, and we met quite a few of our friends who were already eating. We discussed where we went last night, what we had seen, as wells as our plans for today. The Bell Tower (Belfort) has stood over the Markt since 1300. It is 290 feet high. ...
... lined squares. The cars weren't allowed into some areas so they were great places to walk. We had a yummy lunch with soup, fish and salads and the biggest pancakes ever!! :) We got some interesting lollies from Grandma's sweet shop (Sander made us try a traditional sweet treat that really looked and tasted like a stick!!) It was a really fun ...