Apollo Arthotel Brugge
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... streets to our hotel, or taking a cab. The weary pilgrims opted for a cab escort and were happy with our decision. We took a nice break in our air-conditioned rooms, which we needed after our 5am wakeup. After a refresher, it was time to head out for lunch. We walked to the Market area of Bruges with the intention of having a small lunch. After examining the menu, we could have chosen a small plate, or had a three course meal for just ...
... shop seems to have the same thing and everyone has their favorite. I could window shop chocolate all day! There are fancy shops and regular shops that all sell Belgium chocolate so I would guess it mostly tastes the same. I guess it depends on how much you are willing to spend.
I ended the day with another helping of Flemish stew, but this time from a little restaurant that was more fast food than fancy food. And it ...
... when I went to check in the professional young male staff said he had good news and bad news. First the bad news was they had a computer glitch and were overbooked, the good news was he had rung around and got us into a 5 star hotel on the other side of the square with no extra cost, and gave me a taxi chit to get there. How lovely I thought, but hoped it was as nice as this one which had excellent ratings and was ...
... would take about 40 minutes. I think a lot of the people in there felt compelled to listen to the whole thing, which only contributed to the crowding. Since it was painted in the early 15th century, no photos are allowed. The monitor had to whisper-yell at a bunch of Japanese tourists. I know I come off sounding pretty awful about the Japanese in these blogs, but I really don't think they understand the concept of not taking a photo. Why see something if you can't commit ...
... The third was that it is Wednesday, when a lot of businesses in the area are closed. Our hopes for coffee and lunch stops at nice little cafes were dashed.
There is a system of Knooppunts (or waypoints) to help cyclists find their way. There are signs to show you that you are heading toward a Knooppunt, and once you reach each Knooppunt, there are signs to show you which way to go to the ...