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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... scrape snow off their shoes before entering the house. We had to Google it...and yep, they're for mud so I was kinda right. I have tried to tell him I'm rarely wrong. You would think he'd know by now!! ;)
Wooden houses: There are only 2 remaining houses in Bruges with wooden frontages. These were outlawed due to the risk of fire. All of the other houses look the same so it's nice to see something different!
Basilica of the Holy ...
... bistro that was lit with twinkle lights for Christmas. Since it was early (630p) by European standards, we could get in without a reservation. Vicki, who is part owner guided us through the menu as it was all in French. We had some amazing duck, salmon tartar and wine from Bourdeaux, then ending the evening in perfect French style with a chocolate mousse.
Tomorrow....heading back to Amsterdam for our flight on Sunday!
... his phone. "I can smell the hops."
We realize we're right across the street from the De Halve Maan (the Half Moon) Brewery, this morning's destination. Inside, we sign up for the tour that starts in 20 minutes.
De Halve Maan, in operation since 1856 under multiple generations of the Henry Maas family, prides itself on "brewed in Brugge" freshness. We ...
Thanks to one of Vicky's co-workers (thanks Todd!) we made a short stop in Brugge. We very much enjoyed the architecture of the buildings, which is much more baroque than what we have back home. We started off walking towards the Historic Center, passing the Oud St Jan, the main market and just enjoying all of the buildings and architecture as we passed by. We had some Frits for lunch and ...
... heading to the train station this morning, we visited the neighborhood market in Place Monge near our hotel. Between the assortment of seafood, cheese, raw and cooked meat, produce, flowers, and handicrafts, the market certainly put ours to shame. We pretended to be locals and sat at the bar at the brasserie across the street to have noissettes and croissants. Fueled for the day we headed to the Gare de Nord to catch our train to Bruges. We were able to get tickets for a direct ...