Hostellerie 't Gravenhof
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... rail planner app, causing significant confusion. This whole region is like that; a giant mix of languages. Each country has their own language usually (french speak french, germans speak german, dutch speak dutch), but belgium is split into two: the southern half speaks french (and they're very particular about it, just like the french), but the northern half speaks flemish, which is a slight variant of dutch. Even though flemish is just a dialect of dutch, ...
... when it was exported from Mexico, and then…the best part of all…you go downstairs, and they give a demonstration on making pralines, and you get to eat one, which was yummy. Although it’s quite small (and a bit expensive, to be honest), the entire place smells like chocolate, so not a bad way to spend some time!
When I came out, the weather was starting to turn, so I hustled back to the station and got on the next train to Brussels. ...
... Story and enjoyed all the varities of chocolate Bruges had to offer!! Saw some interesting displays of art by Dahli and Picasso which were on exhibition. Our favourite days was spent at De Halve Maan brewery where were taken on an entertaining tour, Dan tried some Trapas Beer (11% Beer) and we were given samples at the end!
Again we will update with stories when we have a chance but for now here are our photos :)
... from which people walk and bike in the area.
After the drama of the Luxembourg walks, today's walk was tame by comparison, but very pleasant and pastoral. We lunched in the abbey cafeteria before saying "farewell" to Michel and heading on to Brussels.
Brussels is the most important center of the European Union administrative offices, and a lovely city in its own right. Daniel met us there to act as our guide, explaining the conflict between the Flemish (Dutch) ...
... following day. A fount of knowledge but a bit too much for slightly weary and very independent travellers!
We had a walk around the city at night on the way to our dinner reservation. More chocolate shops along the way and also stopped to check out some Christmas stores and a few bits of lace here and there - in terms of shopping Bruges has a really impressive selection. A few times we were amazed at the shopkeepers and their ability to ...