Grand Hotel Belle Vue
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... I ended up in De Haan.
The clearly expensive area of town. Huuuge white houses, and lots of other posh looking building...and people wearing heels on cobble.
Not sure whether they were posh or just stupid.
I was quite content with my bare feet, because the ground was surprisingly cool for such a hot day.
I walked along the path for s while before getting a single scoop of frozen yogurt ...
... and remains of Hill 62' Hill 60' and the Menin Road bunkers and craters
- Passchendaele museum
- Hills of Flanders, Mount Kemmel, Messiness Ridge and 1917 mine craters
- City of Ypers , cathedral, cloth hall and Main Street
- Flanders Fields Museum.
- drive back to Bruges for 5.45pm
Arthur was so wonderful the whole day. No crying, lots of playing in the car and a very happy and accommodating little man. The places we visited were really ...
... br> And then there was the chocolate. I had read about it in guide books, but nothing prepared me for the utter excellent quality and taste of Bruges chocolate. We made a bit of investment ($100) in a variety of flavors of bite-sized chocolates. Our fave is the creme brule. I honestly had to have a moment alone with it. My God it was delicious! We went back and bought some more. I would like to buy a case of it. One a day for the rest ...
I had a fantastic time in Bruges, Venice of the North, on a day trip, although it was very crowded and touristy. The entire city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I got there early so started in the historic Markt with an Earl Grey outside at a cafe under the heater watching the square come to life. Markt contains the Belfry, the Historium Bruges and colourful guildhalls. The horse drawn cabs were assembling in front of me in the ...
Saturday morning, still raining slightly, set off for Menin. Set the GPS for Menin town centre. Still can't get used to the car turning itself off when you stop for traffic lights etc. Depress the clutch and the motor starts again. Arrived in Menin town centre and John was determined to see the Menin Gate. He went into a number of shops and tried to get directions but no English spoken. Tried again at a pub but the old guys in there were a ...