Charmehotel 'T Hemelryck
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... become members of the club. If accepted it brings a whole raft of low cost lifts and storage on the water, and a possible cradle storage out of the water (depending on availability)
We walked into town to the shops and as we arrived so did the one of the massive downpours with thunder and lightning so we just had to take cover in one of the bars in the Grote Markt and have a couple of Hertog Jan's! We also had some bitterballen ...
... about my jet lag - if I ignore it, it doesn't exist, right? - I had to take care of myself because I started back at work on Monday, and not only that, but I was to leave immediately afterwards and go out to dinner. Moreover, as if that wasn't bad enough, it wasn't just any dinner. It was dinner with one of our Ambassadors. Like you do, right?
Monday was rough. I spent most of the day walking around like a zombie, discussing how out of it I felt ...
... a wheat beer with a semi-sweet taste but not too bad
Gordon Finest Gold strong blond, 10%, alcohol taste a bit strong at first, but surprisingly didn't notice after a while. You could not drink too many of these.
Duuel Special Belgian beer, 8.5%, sweet, smoky flavour, OK to drink 1 or 2 but that would be it
Carlsberg Imported, 5.5%, well it's Carlsberg
Bruges Zot Lager, 6.0%, a local beer, a bit to hoppy for me
Maes Pilsener Extra ...
... not a good situation to be in.
We reached our hotel and made a game plan for the next 48 hours. We were all so scared. However, the next day the anxiety toned down a little and we headed to Brussels--Central for a day in the city. I can atleast say that the city was gorgeous! We visited churches and monuments. We also toured a Belgium brewery and ate Belgium waffles! It was a wonderful day and we were all happy again.
The next stop...Brugge.
... pub be there to support their men. I'm not so sure the same can be said if the roles were reversed. I reckon the equivalent to something like this would be the Oscars? But women don't go to pubs to watch the Oscars, but instead watch them at home with their girlfriends. And I've never heard of any of my mates get invited (nor invite me) to their girlfriend's Oscar parties. But I digress...
The game was actually a bit lackluster despite it going into extra ...