Apollo Arthotel Brugge
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... this combined made me entertain for a fleeting second the thought that I could quite easily ditch my tour group, miss the ferry back to London, and just stay there forever. But now I'm sitting on the ferry and the cliffs of Dover are fast approaching, still distinctively white through the ****** grey weather and very early approach of the evening. I didn't want to leave you again. If there were some statue or monument such as those in Florence and Verona and Prague that with ...
... enjoyable. We found the town square, filled with extremely old cathedrals and towers and colorful buildings. Canals and trees lined many of the streets and made the entire town feel homey and welcoming. That night, we wanted to experience some Belgian beer and celebrate Lacy's 24th birthday at midnight. We first found a small place called Brugs Beertje that had literally hundreds of beers and was plastered with awesome signs and coasters on the walls. ...
... praise the city enough, not only is it a haven for cyclists but there is so much to see. Narrow cobbled streets that suddenly open into large squares with imposing buildings of different medieval architectural styles, some ornate gothic, some simple, yet all are pleasing to the eye.
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Our first day in Camping Memling on the outskirts of Brugge, the weather is hot and sunny, the atmosphere calm and tranquil. Whilst Meneer ...
... all the signs were in Dutch so we just enjoyed the scenery.
From there, we tried and failed to see two churches: one claims to have a vial of Christs' blood (which was coincidentally paraded around the town the day before shortly before we arrived) and the other has the Madonna and Child statue. The blood church was closed for lunch and the other required you to pay to see the statue (they kept it behind a ridiculous white curtain to stop non paying churchgoers from seeing it) so ...
... I do not regret the choice of ordering eel- it came baked in a butter sauce and served with wedges of lemon. Simply delicious.
The salad was delicious if unoriginal - lettuce leaves, shredded carrot and parsnips, a bit of shredded red cabbage and salad dressing. It was filling and nutritious, and makes you feel less guilty that you're indulging in Belgian Frites.
This is the paragraph now about the frites - if you've had french ...