BEST WESTERN Ambassador Hotel Menen
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Our second farm tour followed the Belgian Blue. This time, the farm was a purely beef bull farm, all kept in a indoor feedlot type barn. The bulls were mostly Belgian Blues, however there were other breeds such as Parthenais (another double muscled breed, however much meaner). It was a shock to us U.S. dairy kids to walk into a single barn housing 300 bulls. In the ...
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My trip began as I arrived at the train station in Wevik. I had emailed Dad from Qatar but was not sure whether he had got my email to meet me at the station. As the people cleared away from the station and made their way home, I realized Dad must not have got my email. ...
... centuries and you could tell by the stone.
Lunch was weak. We went to the French Fry stand. I decided to deviate into a burger, bratwurst, and hot dog. With the exception of the hot dog, everything else is just thrown into the French Fry fryer. Kara wrote about biking to Damme yesterday and today we decided to keep up with the bike adventures following our same way out of town as yesterday and then travelling along the "Ring" to the ...
... the window of the car of the cities old gates and no longer working windmills. It was raining a fair bit, so we only walked around the main square for 20 minutes or so, peeking in the windows of chocolate shops and eyeing up the tasty morsels. We still had to drive to amsterdam for the evening, so we didnt spend too long wandering around, and hit the road again, north bound.
... he said he would buy everyone a round of drinks if someone fell in! He also showed us the skinniest street in Brugge (you'd struggle to fit a bike down it!) where there was a bar that served big high percent beers, you were only allowed 3 while you were there! The tour finished about 4.30 and after we found our room, our first 4bed mixed dorm shared with some Spanish guys one who put our efforts at dodgy moustaches during movember ...