Apollo Arthotel Brugge
Travel Blogs from Brugge
Great day so far, but I am going to begin with last night's incident with Maya and the cot. Basically, her cot is made out of toothpicks and when she went to bed, it collapsed and folded in on her like a clamshell. Morry started to laugh, but not at Maya's misfortune, rather at her completely droll response, which was to simply repurpose the bed …
Brugge is a delightfully expensive town in Belgium that has decided that a Euro here does not have the same value as a Euro in say France. The girls got caught out when they asked for mussels for dinner. The sign out the front said 10.50Euros for mussels and chips but when we got inside we found that it was 10.50 for the boring mussels that had no …
Bus to center of city, take 2 hour Walking tour of this very old city. Lots of spires everywhere. Went into St Baafs Cathedral to see Jan Van Eyck's 'Adoration of the Lamb' which is symbolic of Jesus' sacrifice . Windy and very cold today. Back on bus to ship. Had a wonderful lunch with the girls. Most of the passengers went on to see Bruge. We stayed to relax and ...
Had a lovely breakfast brought to us in our room. Taxi at 8:30am to train station for 9:00 train to Antwerp connection to Amsterdam. First class, had my birthday beer! Walked to meeting point, the Moevenpick Hotel. Our sweet Hilde and Tanja greeted me with birthday wishes and fresh beautiful tulips! How kind. ...
... of the most dreadful clothes.... both for sale and as modelled by the punters browsing.
A whole new level of tacky which made Primark look classy.
(Yes, Encarnita, honestly!)
It was gorgeous just meandering around the streets... the old houses are delightful, the small shops different and interesting, and the general ambience one of a leisurely charm. We decided to take a boat trip while the weather was sunny. Up and down ...
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