Andromeda Hotel &Thalassa
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... had these beautiful stone carvings. Really impressive. Behind the church where a series of little chapels, each with beautiful sculpture, paintings and stained glass windows. Underneath one of the chapels where the tombs. I could not go down into these of course but they had put perspex panes in part of the floor so I could see down into them. The tombs were also decorated with art. The artist had to draw the picture into the wet plaster and then paint it before the plaster had ...
... problem with that is we can't remember which shop it was! We also found a beer shop which has a wall of beers!! Markt was truly beautiful with the stupendous Belfort bell tower on one side that we decided to climb later in the day. It was fun getting lost walking through a connecting street to Burg. The Burg is where the Basilica of the Holy Blood lies which we went in and put our hand on the blood of Christ. It was very ornate in ...
We head from Amsterdam, thru Rotterdam, a quick stop but didn't really like this town, went under the river and out the other side and found a café to get a coffee, still haven't had a decent one in Europe.
Onto Belgium Antwerpen, then onto Gent where we had some lunch. It was very busy in the main towncentre and full of cafes and people, as it was the weekend , but it was a nice town. It took ages to find a gas station, we were really low ...
... preserved, you instantly feel like you've been transported to another time.
(And for the record, I'm not 100% certain if it's "Brugge" or "Bruges" because I've seen it spelled both ways - I guess it all depends on where you are.)
The inspiration to visit Brugge came when I saw the film "In Bruge," starring Colin Farrell, Brendon Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes. If you don't mind a little dark humor, I highly recommend the film. ...
... Then we walked to a park, where we relaxed in the sun and played cards. After a supermarket tea in the evening, we stayed in and played more card games, mostly Irish Snap with the introduction of the 'slaphead' rule (where you must first slap your head before slapping the 'snap') and sang very loudly to a number of musicals and concert band songs. (we are obviously not at all egotistical!)
This morning was begun with the photo challenge, where each team ...