Andromeda Hotel &Thalassa
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Often things we've experienced this year have exceeded our expectations and wowed us like Angkor Waht, seeing Mr. Fangoma again after 28 years, or the Swiss Alps. But there is always the risk that in doing something you’ve dreamed about, like hanging with elephants ,you emerge more informed, but a little harder having lost the idealistic dream. As I walked along through the unbelievably beautiful little alleyways ...
... fringes to take in the full scale of this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As I ambled back to the station, it occurred to me I was yet to see any sign of the famous little boy that pees on everything. Literally, within half a second of this thought, I stumbled upon the exact fountain that has as many souvenirs carrying its image as it does legends for its existence. Oddly enough, the Belgians have adopted this example of public disobedience as an ...
... finally found one.
We headed to the coast and drove right along the seafront for miles.
We could see remnants of the gun turrets , from Ostende to Dunkerque, where we found a war cemetery and had a look around.
Then onto Calais.
We thought we might change our ticket to sail a day early but it was going to cost another 70 odd pounds so we flagged that idea.
We drove around Calais and thought it was a dump. We had ...
... through the shops and sampling belgiums best food. Even though they are known for their beer they are also one of the best makers of chocolate, so we went to one of their little chocolatiers to sample a few & OMG they did not disappoint! We also watched a live candy making show at one if the confectionary stores which was interesting. We finished the afternoon at the famous beer wall where the pub has a enormous wall ...
... through the town.
It seemed as if every second shop was selling Belgium chocolates – some of which were gluten free. We found a particularly fantastic one in which you could actually see the chocolatier making the chocolates in the back room. The other main items on the tourist agenda were Belgium lace and (Steve’s favourite) beer! He was very happy about the beer in Germany (as anyone would have known from our ...