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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... to get out of said downpour), eating waffles and frites, freezing my knickers looking at ice sculptures, offending French people (I really need to learn some social skills), taking brilliant Canadian run photo tours, respecting a fantastic World War I photo exhibit and setting off store alarms while trying on coats.
All in, a good ...
-we pedaled on and left the coast for cute canal scenery. Similar to what we saw when we left Amsterdam. We crossed into Belgium, sadly without a sign. We were going to just finish out the ride when 6kms from Brugge, a little cafe in Damme called to us. We had a nice snack and refueled. It was a good stop rather than just grinding through.
... in a bit of beer tasting at the hostel. We tasted five beers, whilst being educated on their in depth history and legends by possibly the most irritating woman ever. Aussie beer is soooo **** in comparison to this beer. Here I met some girls who live in Sydney, Emily and Samantha, and they have become quite a good part of this trip. We then went off to get some Quick Burger (essentially maccas) ...
... you looked it was beautiful especially with the night lights. The window displays were magnificent with chocolates & lace a big attraction.
Back to Elodie for a well deserved good nights sleep. Another great day & a day that saw the riding finished - Grant worked out that he'd ridden 508km and I rode 462 kms - not bad!!
Dinner: Salad nicoise; duck with sauerkraut & roast potatoes; creme ...
... was considered to be one of the largest and richest cities in Northern Europe. It is incredible that to this day you can still see how powerful and rich this place once was. The history and influence of this small country cannot be ignored or forgotten!