Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Marijke
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... the water was covered by a boat that was filled with people celebrating the festival. It was so cool to see the canal so packed and full of music and sound.
We walked along admiring the sounds and celebration before walking to some far quieter canals to get some even better pictures before venturing back to the hostel to pick up our bags. We had a long walk back through the streets and beneath the trees. This city was a lovely one and one ...
... of meat and cooked a weird way we weren't used to, even though we asked for medium rare) and some authentic Dutch cheese fondue with bread, but also with fries and veggies to dip into it. We had an outside seat under the heat of warming lamps... Best seat in the house! Also, Jordan T has discovered how good tea can be because of the mint tea they have here: real mint leaves served in hot water with a honey packet on the side and for some reason, also a tiny ...
... Brugge's is the"relic of the Holy Blood", a remnant of cloth with the blood of Jesus on it. This relic gets paraded through the streets in a long and lavish parade on Accession Day. That's what all the preparation was for and around this flowed the usual traffic of citizens and tourists, delivery vans and horses pulling carriages. What a constant bustle! We sat at a street side cafe for our lunch and took this all in. Naturally, since we were in Belgium there were ...
... Vincent Van Gogh.
I made it back right around the time that Elizabeth was getting home from work and although we were both feeling tired from the day, we were looking forward to meeting some of her friends at a local bar in a few hours. I was shocked to look out the window and see heavy snow falling down after such a relatively warm, sunny day, but it sure was beautiful as it covered the streets and picturesque buildings that ...
... the hide and seek champions. Really shocking to think of the little girl living here. Ash had read the full story and I only half but it still brought the place to life. Because I had not finished the book I learnt then that they were betrayed by someone (still unknown) after two years of living in the annex and were taken away to a concentration camp. Anne died only 2 months before her camp was liberated. Very sad! The house was a very powerful reminder of how lucky we are ...