BEST WESTERN PREMIER Weinebrugge
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... don't think this even qualifies them as locals round ere! The premier beer is what is currently whetting the apitite, Brugse Zot blonde.....mmmmm.
I was in a bar the other night after going for a wander (as I do) and they are having a birthday this year, 500 year anniversary, continuously running as a pub. One of the local bar girls has been living in Melbourne up until recently and she thinks we have the best beer in Oz, I guess that is the beauty of ...
... of the Belfort Tower, I grabbed a cappuccino on the square. The guy there said the horse carriage tours are cool but pricey, but a covered bus does a tour for a lot less. I hopped on that and although it was cheesy, I saw a lot in 50 minutes and got some great pics.
... wonderful canals threaded through the town and walking was easy.
Our apartment was overlooking one of the canals and we were always hanging out the window enjoying the view. We had a large 3 bedroom so we had plenty of room for everyone and most importantly for Mike to cook for us. We were also close to the oldest pub in Belgium which has been trading for 500 years. Obviously, we had to check it out.
We walked the canals, shopped ...
... Nicholas Church, much newer at the 1400's, has a bell tower that you can climb to get a wonderful view of the city. Gent has some very nice canal areas with picturesque bridges as well. It is a nice city to walk.
Today is a rather somber entry. We have toured Diksmuide and Ieper. In Diksmuide we toured a Museum of Ijzer. This is a monument to WW1. It tells how the entire area was destroyed by the war and how the people who fled came back ...
... importance to the monastery and should not be a profit-making venture. The income should cover the living expenses of the monks and the maintenance of their buildings and grounds. Anything else must be donated to charity to help persons in need. I thought it tasted ok for beer based on the two sips I had. Mark described it as dark and thick with a good head and strong malty smell but a very smooth potion to drink!!! Go the monks!!