Golden Tulip L'Escaut
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we’ve got some kind of time frame
for the morning.
Our next plan was to head back towards our hotel. We made a few more stops. Breaking away from the beer scene even though
we are in Belgium we passed a Chi Chi’s where we stopped to have a margarita,
my choice this time. Now realizing what time it was we decided to locate a
dinner spot. ‘t Vagevuur was our choice, another good one. We each had the same thing again with ...
... but was important because of a burial chamber it housed. There were three knights buried there, two with psychological illness and one that was murdered. Because of the belief systems of the knights order these attributed tarnished their souls in the eyes of the church and they couldn’t be buried with the rest of their order.
Our third castle was close by and also attached to our hotel for the night. My room in the hotel ...
... it open for us and a lovely lady behind the counter gave us free mugs! (As we had only plastic spoons and containers to eat from). With out knowing much about Antwerp, we strolled around the city and found out info through deciphering flemish, Italian or Dutch. We discovered that the name Antwerp = hand werpen. As a former mayors , in the early 1300s, hand was cut off by local hero Brabo. Due to wanting to tax people who used ...
Pulled into Bruges around midday just in time to catch the tail end of the Wednesday market in Markt Square for some fruit and a delicious lunch. Stayed in a basic guesthouse fairly central to town, amazing breakfasts every morning and with the steepest staircase perhaps ever. Lady from the hosting hotel was lovely and very helpful. Took a stroll around town, it was May Day so there were people everywhere out and about soaking up the sunshine. Belgium ...
Merlebeke was a great little stop really. i chatted to the barman who is a real foody. They do international food days regularly. They did africa, sweeden, italy etc. I showed him a haggis recipe and as he loves eating offal he thought a scottish day would go down well. it was snowing heavily when I got up. It didnt settle on the ground long though as it was still about 2c. ...