Apollo Arthotel Brugge
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... bikes made available with our accommodation, with us. (We are a little under confident as bike riders here - I'm sure the locals wouldn't be too happy with our pace!)
Monday and the sun shone - at least for an hour or so. We set out for regional villages of Broek and Marken in the Waterland district, about 20kms north. Both are delightful little villages. By the time we arrived in Markem, the heavens opened so we sought shelter, yes, in the clog factory. Here, I put ...
... to check things out. I climbed the 366 stairs to the top of a 12th century Belfry tower that has UNESCO World Heritage status. The panaromic views from the top of the 83 metre high tower were quite amazing. I was fortunate to be up there when the bell tolled. Yup, pretty loud!!!
I went into some shops and had lunch right on the square. It was a ...
... sat in the bar drinking. They invited me over, and when you start drinking with Fins, don't expect to stop any time soon! I failed in my attempts to get them to stay in Brugge, and instead they headed to Brussels. I took a power nap ahead of the beer tasting event that was happening later in the evening. Belgian beer is well fairly well priced, but certainly not as cheap as Eastern Europe. When you travel you always look for ways you can save money. At the price of €10 for ...
... and we found ourselves in a chip shop with the biggest portion of chips you have ever seen, marinaded in mayonnaise.
Re-fueled we went back out on the beer hunt. Out of all the beers we tried, I'd say the best beer was Jacob, the best bar was stamine de garre (http://www.degarre.be/) closely followed by 2be (http://www.2-be.biz/en/fotosbar.php). All the bars we went to were small and quirky and as every beer is served in its proper ...
... with the flimsy poncho. The umbrella was on the bus. It rained pretty hard for about fifteen minutes while we had a coffee out of the rain. Then we joined the walking group and started back in light rain. Halfway back to the bus the rain stopped and the sun came out. Just another typical day in this part of the world. Despite the rain, it was a lovely day. Jean recommends a visit to Bruges to everyone.