Apollo Arthotel Brugge
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... it. This time we stayed three days. I got to have my canal ride and eat more waffles. The Belgium sure know how to make waffles, they would even give yours Pa a run for there money.
We had our first big hail storm on the night. Frankie came through ok but we have found a small leak going into the pots and pans cupboard.
I have eaten so many waffles I have turned into one! ...
... delivering mail by bike is the best method (see pic). On our walking tour, our guide let us in on a little secret. Belgians do not eat Belgian waffles... unless they are younger than six and at a birthday party. We met a woman from Chicago, Zodi, who is traveling for a year, or more! With her, we created our own beer tasting - we were able to try more by sharing with three ...
... talked for hours about our different cultures and experiences. Finally once we received the meal, we tucked in and it was delicious. Definitely worth the rather exuberant price. The clouds had cleared somewhat so we went on our way again. About halfway back, the weathers deteriorated rapidly into heavy rain and strong winds. Riding a bike in this was absolutely exhausting, we were moving at snails pace with people riding the ...
... dominance in recent history.They are generally very open-minded, too - I guess it comes with having 4 official languages.
There’s heaps of cool art around the city, with a few good streets for street art. The city skyline is dominated by church and belltowers, and a wicked medieval castle called the Gravensteen. You can wander around pretty much all of the 12th century castle, learn about its history, get a ...
Hello from Gent ( or Ghent) Belgium,
One of our wishes on this trip was to get a good look at the Canadian battlefields and memorials in this part of the world. Almost all of the heavy fighting from WWI and the D Day fighting occurred in this area of Europe. After leaving Mount St. Michel, we decided to take a quick trip to Giverny . It was in Giverny that Monet painted his most famous series of waterlillies. The actual small town of Giverny is quite picturesque and we ...