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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... talking with the barrista and she was very passionate about her coffee. She explained that some of the older residents have come and tried the coffee, hated it and never come back. But she was ok with that - her dream is to inspire the younger crowd to experience new coffee flavours and styles. In a city steeped with tradition, it is nice to see someone chasing their dreams with passion! Especially ...
... for the drinks as he undid his shorts button and fished out the fanny pack. Everybody averted their eyes and you could hear all the "Whoa! hey, hey, wait...wha....." This was NOT the first time he had done this but it was the first time, I had witnesses who reacted so strongly. I explained to them that at other times, he had caused other waiters/waitresses to avert their eyes in extreme discomfort. Even the next day, the first thing the waiter ...
... creating great art, architecture and engineering over the centuries, while a seemingly equal amount went into waging war and destroying much of it in the process. However it was interesting to learn that apparently Hitler appreciated the Vimy Ridge monument as a work of art and ordered that it not be harmed in WW2.
We arrived in Bruges in the late afternoon and had a little trouble finding the right parking lot from which we were supposed to take a bus ...
... child and was stolen by Napoleon's soldiers and also by the Nazis in WWII. The movie Monuments Men shows it's retrieval. The church was started in 1220 and took 200 years to complete. We stopped at Cafe Vlissinghe a 500 year old tavern for some unique beer & Flemish food. Fred the pouch was in charge of keeping the floor ...
... tour for 39 Euros. The guide could speak about 4 languages and we soon found that this was pretty normal for people in the area (Belgium speaks French, German, Flemish and obligatory English). By this stage a thirst was growing and dominating my thoughts. Beer. It's all I could think about. We found the famous Camerinus. With oved 400 beers and amazing food to be had, it was the ...