Bonobo Apart Hotel
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... have to save any more museums until tomorrow. We stopped by the swan lake again and got a real treat. Tons of the swans had wandered up into the lawn and were within arms reach (or course we didn't touch them though... other tourists did. Those birds bite!) Now we're back in the room for a pre-lunch pre-beer break. Oh and we're nibbling on Belgian ...
... with various toppings on it . There are usually any combination of chocolate, fresh fruits, whipped creak, gelato, etc.
We sat in the square and ate our dessert while enjoying our last evening in Bruges. It was very nice and I would recommend it to anyone.
Tomorrow we have a long drive to Normandy, France. We will be seeing a number of the sites related to D-Day and the Allied Invasion. It should be a very interesting day.
Bought some fries and Belgian sausage & a waffle for lunch
Wandering the streets it is evident why Belgium is famous for tapestries, lace, chocolate & beer
... to have so much of what we love – old town, cathedral, and town squares, bars and restaurants aplenty and quaint shops. It didn't take much to persuade us to go there!
As soon as we arrived, we both loved it. The drive from France into Belgium was easy and the Crowne Plaza in Bruges (bless them!) upgraded us to one of their attic suites. The room was stunning with exposed beams and real character – certainly not ...
... just around the corner from the fish market for some wonderful seafood pasta. Then, to truly experience some more Belgian culture we sampled some more beer at a few local bars... all within walking distance of the hotel, and luckily the weather was still dry and mild so it was a pleasant evening to walk about.
The next morning we went for a swim then packed up to check out. We found a cafe nearby serving ...