Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Dikke Van Dale
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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This was my 2nd visit to the small town/village, situated just into Holland from Belgium. In fact the majority of the 25 minute bus journey was spent exiting Bruges and passing Belgian villages and farms, I believe the beautiful Sluis was the first real landmark after crossing the border. The journey itself was very scenic (well worth the 3Euro! ) - complete with rabbits and farm fauna, passing long canals, and the stereotypical pancake-flat fields ...
... tour for 39 Euros. The guide could speak about 4 languages and we soon found that this was pretty normal for people in the area (Belgium speaks French, German, Flemish and obligatory English). By this stage a thirst was growing and dominating my thoughts. Beer. It's all I could think about. We found the famous Camerinus. With oved 400 beers and amazing food to be had, it was the ...
... out transportation to his place, or waiting for a taxi. Once at his place, which was a beautiful home with a garden out back just outside Bruges Centrum (the main central area of Bruges), we were treated to the presentation of our room. Kurt filled us in not only on everything we needed to know about our accomodations, but also all of his favorite restaurants and places to see in Bruges, and even the different stages of a festival that was happening in town ...
- Canal Boat Tour (Monday)
- 2 self-guided Walking Tours (Monday)
- Restaurant for 2 nights "Bierbrasserie Cambrinus" (http://www.cambrinus.eu/english.htm) li>
- Beer Pub "t Brugs Beertje' (http://www.brugsbeertje.be/index_en.ht m)
- Wednesday Morning Market
- Climb ...
... some might make it home. I didn't want to sit in a coffee shop as we had an hour in this town. I wanted to see it. I ate a cheeseburger for lunch. It was a beautiful town. There was a beer festival starting that week. I got the giggles when a large truck delivered a tall light in amongst the horse drawn carriages.
We got back on the bus and in no time it seemed it was time to say goodbye to our bus driver. The last leg of our drive ...