Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Dikke Van Dale
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... also known for its waffles. Well. It's for good reason. That waffle was the best waffle I have ever consumed. I wish I had another one right now. When all the waffles were gone we meandered over to the Historium. It's a pretty neat interactive historic movie followed by a museum. We learned about how Bruges came to be and how it was a huge port town and trading stop because if it's many canals. At the end of the exhibits there was a beer tasting, which ...
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 ...
- 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 ...
... so I went up amongst a group of old men dressed as carebears (really not sure why) and right as I posed for the camera the man dumped a whole bag of confetti on me!!! It went everywhere, down my shirt, in my hair and all in my mouth...it was terrifying. Luckily my friends took pictures of the whole traumatic experience...so enjoy.
Then some people went to climb the tower but I didn't want to pay so half of us ...
... with a basket so the day pack can go in there. Only 8 Euros each with a slight discount. We find our way to the edge of town, bouncing down cobblestone streets. We are going to ride to the town of Damme along a canal path. A small about of Belgian suburbia and soon we are riding along a tree lined canal. After a while, a small paddle wheel ferry goes by that runs between the two towns. Looks easier than what we are doing. No padded bike ...