Andromeda Hotel &Thalassa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Before visiting Belgium I had absolutely no clue it had nice beaches, I really missed the water and heard Ostend was worth a visit. So Toby and I left Bruges and headed toward the coast. The train ride was fairly short and we could smell the ocean the closer we got. On our way the clouds finally disappeared and the sun came out, whats a beach day without it. Once we arrived Toby had to put his giant 300 euro bottle of wine in one of the train station lockers. It ...
... lament. The military band played "Abide with Me" as dignitaries laid memorial wreaths. I felt a tear slide down my cheek. Next to me, a father wrapped his arms around his young daughter, her face buried into his chest.
The ceremony lasted less than 15 minutes. We watched the band and dignitaries march away, and drove back to Brugge in compatible silence.
... up just looking straight at him but he didn't notice me yet.
As we got up to get our starters he noticed me and as I walked over awkwardly he said
"Stop stalking me!" and skipped off which was quite funny.
Fortunately after dinner we didn't see him again properly.
Other than that the journey home was lovely, the sea was calm and we got a good nights ...
Today we are in Bruges, Belgium. One of the few places in my itinerary which I've already visited before. This time however, I have my parents, brother and great auntie on board for a 2 night cruise. Generally advertised as a taster of what ship life is like, also ideal for stag and hen dos. Firstly I'm going to point out that I'm out of installation which means we only do our scheduled shows now, no ...
I'm too busy & tired today to write so I'll post the description from Rick Steves:
"With Renoir canals, pointy gilded architecture, and stay-awhile cafés, Bruges is a joy. Where else can you bike along a canal, munch mussels, drink fine monk-made beer, see a Michelangelo, and savor heavenly chocolate, all within 300 yards of a bell tower that rings out "Don't worry, ...