Duc de Bourgogne
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Antique, but fantastic view. Don't miss the breakfast in the dining room. If you're a morning bird, you will get the best place.
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... all sold decadent chocolates, hard to find beer and intricate lace. We loved all of the music: brass bands were our favourite big and bold and beautiful, closely followed by the keyboarders and drummers. I could have spent the whole day shopping and exploring the streets but we had decided to climb the Belfort tower (a tower in town) before we left and so that is where we went. In the centre square in front of Belfort a market had appeared, ...
... then took a boat tour along the mid-town canal. The city is very old and beautiful and feels like stepping back a few centuries. Wartime damage has all been restored. We walked the central area til we realized it was 7:45. It stays light very late here. Every square is lined with bars and eateries. We went to dinner at 'The Flemish Pot', and had the set tourist menu. The food ...
... bar, and deliberates over proceedings - "Alice, I think table 6 has finished and might want sweets" - "How are you Mrs Jones, have you met Barry? He was in Outer Mongolia the same time you were there" - "Barry, come over here and meet Mrs Jones!!! I love the place. If I look longingly enough at the barmaids, dog treats arrive.
Today, we are about to upsticks and leave the security of The Bell and the generosity of The Empress (Jackie), Glenn and ...
Brugge, a must see on our itinerary after the famous movie with the midget. But while that movie was very dark we saw Brugge in it's best summer dress. Everything was absolutely sparkling.
The city is famous for many things; like all historic European cities it is built around ...
... we went into was a begjin. In times gone by when many men went of to fight in the wars (I think crusade type era) a lot of the women became widows. At the time, the done thing was for the women to give their lives to god i.e. become a Nun, however as that required that the women give up all their worldly possessions, it was decided to create these Begjins. Which allowed them to give their lives to god, while ...