Apollo Arthotel Brugge
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After the tour, I went to a bar that had beer on tap with samples that could be bought. I know one was strawberry, but I'm not sure what the other ones were. They were all very good!
So today we got up early as we were getting a tour bus to explore and learn about world war 1. Jason got up early and whipped up the bacon and eggs again, along with more fruit and pastries. A taxi picked us up and took us to the meeting point to get picked up by the Quasimodo tour bus. Today's blog isn't full of lol's as the mood was very poignant. However, there was a few lighthearted moments. Philippe was our driver and as soon as the bus got going, he ...
... date from the Pre-Roman Gaul era. The first fortifications were built after Julius Caesar's conquest of the Menapii in the first century BC, to protect the coastal area against pirates. The Franks took over the whole region from ...
... the same street as Delerium, a pub/brewery known for their large selection of brews. We enjoyed a drink around their barrel tables and then headed off to see the Grand Place.
After snapping some pics, we found a outdoor cafe for another Belgian specialty: waffles! Dan picked one served with melted chocolate and it was awesome!
Filled to the brim with waffley goodness (except Jared who has no soul and doesn't like sweets) we started a longer trek around the east of the ...
Our room here at the Double Door is smaller than our recent hotels but comfortable. We organised our selves and then Marion realised she had left her black jacket behind in Mechelen. David suggested we go straight back and get it – it was 2.00pm by now. After a phone call to the Mechelen hotel we set off slowly. We wandered back down through Bruges and stopped in at a local church, which was part of a nunnery (Begijnhof): the church ...