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... Bruges in 1175 AD it turned to liquid! And on to an archeological dig of a castle from 1300 years ago, a church with a sculpture of Mary and Jesus by Michelangelo, the only brewery in Bruges (that brews 'strong Henry' dark beer with a 14% alcohol content), an art museum that for such a small city has an amazing display of primitive Flemish painters, and a former hospice from 1400 AD that is now a museum of Brugge's most famous painter - Hans Memling. Minna found ...
... was uneventful and shorter than we'd expected. We took a bus to the centre of the old town, which was pretty amazing on first viewing. We walked the block or so to our hotel, dropped out stuff, changed clothes (I did, as it was hot and I chose all black for some reason that morning) and headed back out to inspect the town further. Our first stop was an old pharmacy for some sunscreen. The gentlemen who owned it was very odd, telling us he's very famous in ...
... then came to watch me perform in our second show 'Boogie' which is action packed and very lively. They seemed to love it which I was really pleased about!! So nice for them to watch me in my working environment. Afterwards we went back to their cabin and because I'm not around for Christmas Day and we swapped presents!! I was sad to say goodbye to them until January 4th but it was lovely having them on ...
... Eurostar had spat me out at four days prior. I stood momentarily in a completely bewildered state, wondering just where it had all come from, and half expecting David Copperfield to appear. When I arrived, Brussels had one chip shop, one station officer, and several dozen lost tourists. Now it had a multi-storey complex the size of Luxembourg, teeming with shopping, eateries, and even travel information.
It was only when I stepped out of exit no. 153 of ...
... into the platform. Breathless, I approached a gentleman and said, “Monsieur, monsieur, excusez-moi!” as I wanted to check. He ignored me (I think he was actually British and didn’t realize I was talking to him, despite his being the only Monsieur on an otherwise female platform). I got caught up in the surge of passengers, and ended up on the train, hoping to God that it was the right one. I saw several other people with Bruges tickets, so ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility