Auberge du Pecheur
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... burning so close to home and seriously threatening Belinda and Kate's homes.
Made contact with Kate (who has been evacuated from Williamstown again and spending night at our home) and Belinda (also evacuated from Houghton) who are staying with Darren's patents. Both families are safe but are unsure of how their homes will be when they return. Must be ...
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, ...
... had to ask for a
phone. It worked perfectly, without any no's all the way to England
where I managed to get some and then some afterwards as well.
Thinking about where to
stay, I remembered about stories from http://www.tomiastikainen.com/
about how he got hosts by
just going to some bars and meeting people. But I took out the map of
Brugge and saw a camping outside of Brugge, so I had a place where to
sleep. I ...
... next one had one family room left. They weren't too sure whether they had sheets though, as there was some sort of issue with the cleaning staff. We were tired enough to offer buying our own sheets if it came to that, but fortunately they discovered that the beds were all made up when we got to the room. We were delighted, as the place turned out to be one of the best places we'd stayed in to that point. It was huge, had a proper bed for ...
... to where alll the action is. A great meal *mussels with fritjes (chips) and mayonnaise" for Carol in a family style restaurant with a walk around town afterwards. We are in the Flanders part of Belgium where Flemish is spoken - but once again English is easily spoken. We must have been good customers because the waitress gave Mick the beer glass he was drinking from (Brugge's Zolt logo on it).