BEST WESTERN Hotel Cour St. Georges
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... square. As I marvel at St Bavo's Cathedral, I cross St Michael's Bridge. From this vantage point I see a castle in the distance.
This is what I love most about Ghent. There are be modern shops and restaurants in old brick buildings, and in the distance between the cracks, a piece of history appears begging to be explored.
I stroll down the streets and across bridges to arrive at the foot of the castle. Built ...
... took many pictures The problem with going to the top is there are many stairs up and down of which our knees complained the whole way.
After we finished the castle tour Robyn wanted to see St. Bavo's (not St Bevo or St Bagel as I called it) Cathedral. This cathedral contains an altarpiece ...
... for some reason. I arrived in Ghent to find an empty overpriced campsite, but didnt have the energy left to go anywhere else so I stayed. I went into Ghent to have an explore, get some dinner and try and get the energy levels up. Ghent is a really cool place, somewhere Id like to go back to and properly see. It has a large student population, it ...
... rides set up in the streets and all three of the boys played on the bumper cars for several rounds. It was nearly the end of the day on July 25th when my mother texted us "Happy Anniversary". I looked over at Jim and exclaimed, "Do you know what day it is?" The first year ever that neither of us remembered the date. We celebrated our fifteenth wedding anniversary on the banks of the Ghent canal listening to some really good ...
... out for Luxembourg, after I'd completely forgotten the book again, I found it. I was looking through Sabrina's son's books for a story to read to Bryn before bedtime, and there it was: Topsy & Tim Go to Belgium. But, there was also another story, Topsy & Tim Go to Holland (hence the confusion about where they were visiting). Additionally, although the books are named for the twins Topsy and Tim, there is another ...