Hotel De Stokerij
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one great chance that was put straight into the keepers arms! Brugge then got a free kick, which was up and over the wall and flew into the top corner... GOAL!! The crowd went wild, only to realise it had hit the side netting, still 0-0! A couple of minutes later Brugge finally broke the deadlock, converting a stonewall penalty! Helsinki needed a win to have any chance of going through, while Brugge needed a draw to confirm there place at the top of the group. The 2nd ...
... sink half a dozen Kronenbourg. This I managed without any English at all as learning to say 'one beer please' over and over again in any language is pretty easy.
Right that is enough about Paris. In the morning I trusted my phone to be set to the local time so I missed my train and had to buy another train ticket to Brussels this morning.
Surely I'm done making rookie mistakes at this point.
The train to Brussles and then on to Bruges ...
... busier and try to find another place to sit. But of course, by the time we did, we had to get off at our stop.
We arrived in Paris on a beautiful day where we sat in the station and revelled in the reality that we had arrived in the famous capital of France and discussed our next moves from there. Lauren and Claire were going to catch a train to meet up with their cousin Johanna in Switzerland for a few nights and the rest of the family was going into the ...
... through many chocolate shops, but didn't go in. It was too hot to buy chocolate yet. Will have to grab some on my way out of town and hope it makes it in one piece (or however many prices in came in in the first place). Lonely Planet recommended a cafe on the roof of the museum of instruments for lunch, so we went looking. And looking. And looking. After an hour and a large loop, we eventually found in, right where we'd been wandering for the previous hour. ...
... Down the street is the Burg, which contains several churches. I attempted to visit the Basilica of the Holy Blood but services were being held so I needed to come back later. Immediately next to the Basilica is the Stadhuis (City Hall), which contained a colorful basilica-esque room, and the Bruges Virje (Liberty of Bruges) which had a nice, partially marble, fireplace. My next stop was the "Church of our Lady". This was nicer than the churches I'd seen ...