De Barge Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDe Barge Hotel Brugge
Room clean and comfortable, if a bit small - but it is a boat
Location is on the edge of the city, but just a 15 minute walk to the centre
Easy to find by car and has parking
Breakfast is adequate
Dinner expensive for the quality
Staff quite friendly and helpful
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... or was it Dutch) princess who has a trinket like an egg that she treasured from home. The Tzar asked Faberge if he could create something similar and because Easter is the most important holiday in Russia the trinket became an Easter Egg and the very first one he made was called the Hen Egg. A white enamelled outside with 14ct liner with a golden hen inside (so in this case then the egg came first not the chicken) Apparently Faberge made 50 eggs for the Tzars most are ...
... train. After a stop at the airport, we zipped along to Rotterdam and then non-stop to Antwerp. At times, the train went into a tunnel and my ears popped. Most of the time we were above ground going past fields and greenhouses that were probably full of tulips.
The train arrived in Antwerp at 2:30. The station there is pretty large with an ornate top section. According to the brochure, it was named the ...
... puddles. At first I tried to avoid them, then the rain started and it did not matter. It was really fun to ride through these puddles spraying everywhere, soaking our feet. Really fun ride... As the rain stopped, encountered another challenge. Steve and I were at the end - as we were riding you can see a pack of like 20 bicyclists on the road adjacent to us in the distance. Reminded me of the scene in Twister where you can see the other group. Then they turned and you can see ...
... to Nat King Cole ... Watching the last bits of German pass by. Have to admit that I'm fretting about time ... But then I remember to breathe ... It's not my fault I'm going to miss my connection. Yep - missed my connection. My train didn't arrive in Brussels until 2:10... So I head downstairs ... There is another train in 15 mins. So, as I make my way to the platform - I notice there is no elevator :-(. My ...
... is a plaque about him. Philippe ended the tour by reading out John McCrae’s poem, In Flanders Fields. McCrae died in his early 40s, in 1918, of a lung infection. He had discarded his poem, but a friend found it. Poppies grow wild here, but they’re late blooming this year. Wish I could have seen them.
On a lighter note, I went on the other tour offered by Philippe and his Australian wife Sharon, called Triple ...