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 ...
... each has its own unique blend of flavors like a fine wine with hints of fruit and caramel for some, malt and hops for others. We save the waffle and frite tasting for another day. The days are long enough for many adventures as sunset is not until 9:15. Tough for those of us who are ready for bed by 10!
Bruges was a wealthy medieval town with its fortunes built on trade - mostly of cloth and lace - until England’s wool trade surpassed Bruges’. But before ...
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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. ...
... br> It's been a while since driving on the other side of the road and I had to keep repeating to myself "Drive on the right, drive on the right, give way to the left", etc etc until Kate complicated matters by reading out of our little guidebook that you have to give way to the Right. "How the hell does that work?". It made sense when a car joining the motorway from a slip road nearly ploughed into the side of me expecting me to move out of the way. My bad.
Bruges - A small city stuck in time with old cobblestone roads, horse and carriages buzzing around and a river winding right through the city. The town itself is very alive and vibrant and there is chocolate shops and hole in the wall pubs littered on every street. My god the chocolate is to die for.
From our drive in to our drive out things were easy in Bruges. No traffic hassles or parking ...