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... a drive through Antwerp and Ghent), but she also told us our hotel was in the middle of an overpass. Not helpful, Jane. We ended up going to city center and finding a tourist info desk to ask for directions. Turns out, our hotel was practically impossible to find. But never fear, we did eventually track it down, and it wasn't on the overpass. Our hotel is pretty fancy and has a restaurant. We ate dinner there last night and it was awesome! Well... I ...
... to see a little fluffy face tilted at an appealing angle and two pleading eyes. Dan turned around to take a look. He reached out to pet its head and the owner turned and smiled.
“I’m Christine!” she offered as she slipped off the pack and pulled out the little dog. “She loves attention!” she bubbled with a German accent. “What are you drinking? ‘ she asked and launched into ...
... out of Calais south towards Cap Blanc Nez and found a really great spot for the night overlooking the English Channel.
It was really rough and there were loads of wind surfers having a great time.
We couldn't see the White Cliffs today, we had a walk along the track and found another gun turret. The beach below us is a few hundred meters below , and a bit scary if you get close to the edge.
That night we watched some tv and a few ...
... and the overall commitment to service is something I hold important.
Except for the weather, I actually think it is a place I could transplant to if I had to without too much adjustment to fitting in. I just don't understand how they can be so slim with all that good food, copious amounts of beer (which they view as a health drink), heavenly chocolate at every corner and Frittes smothered in mayonnaise? I must be doing something wrong!
... was to just to appreciate it's quaint, cobbled streets.
It's home is Belgium - a place famous for it's neutrality; aptly I can't quite decide if I love it or hate it. So I've settled for an average rating. As an arty person much of my opinion of place is based on their paintings, sculpture or architecture and having come from Paris, Bruges just didn't match up. Do give it a chance, it will be exactly what you want it to be but I won't be heading back anytime soon.