Beach Palace Hotel
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Ostend, Belguim was a quick 2 night stopover on our way to Amsterdam.
It had a huge beach and a large esplanade with some cool orange art features.
It was empty of people and would be one of those places that come alive in summer.
We did a day trip to the nearby gorgeous city of Bruges.
This is a cool city centred around a couple of big plazas, lots of canals and pretty photo
... some dykes, cool bridges, flat fields and even a real windmill or two. We stopped for lunch near a dyke and as we walked over we saw an immense flat beach and the North Sea in the distance so we had a bit of a wander and there was a playground in the middle of the sand so the girls had a bit of a play. It wasn't the warmest day and there was a fair wind blowing so we weren't there for too long. We went to our campsite which seems much more to our liking ...
... out quite well. Being the wing woman for our HRiC logistic coordinator I feel the responsibility to answer the need for sleeping gear (to host the organizing team and our conference guest speakers), so I borrowed our family stash of sleeping bags and mattresses and ended up with, again, a lot of bags.... Gladly I have a ride today and driving from The Hague with three amazing doula's ...
... Google dog in Brugge and it should come up. Anyway the room we have looks out over the canal and the garden. It is pretty nice. And not overly expensive as it is the second cheapest per night stay that we have had this trip. OK so its down to breakfast. Our host has put on a nice spread for us. Cereal, croissants, eggs and toast and plenty more. All guests (about nine of us) have breakfast on the one table. We get to talking to a Canadian couple and ...
... printing the pictures online and sending them to a hotel on our route. It really shouldn't be a difficult as we assume. We also stumbled upon the Brugge library. It is a nice place to sit and work, but there is no wifi. We worked there for a little then bought sandwich supplies at the grocery store. The parks are so nice here, we walked to a park bench and made our sandwiches. In Brugge, I don't think you have to walk more than five minutes before finding a ...