Hostellerie Ten Lande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... serves. Observation would indicate there is. I’m not sure I should be concerned – freedom of choice and all that.
I nearly got run over by a tram this morning. I am dog tired right now, having spent most of the last 24 hours on a bus, not sleeping when I normally would have been. So I was not so sharpish when this tram came whizzing round the corner. It seemed to take an age ...
Started off sunny and then clouded over this morning. We had our tea and then we decided we were not very hungry so we got on our way around 9am and would have something later.
We had 3 lifting bridges and we had to wait about 10 minutes at each one. There was a big barge due and so we waited at the first one, and they took absolutely ages to follow us. We were not exactly going fast so we wondered if they had booked a time ...
... tables which we also wrongly assumed were for our use: a thermometer with a long probe (did NOT touch!), war medals and the worst souvenir box of Bruges ever (see attached photo and compare with all my amateur photos of what is arguably the prettiest city in the world and ask yourself why this image was chosen to be mass produced!)
Given the weirdness of our surroundings tonight, I’m hoping for more normal dreams. Actually, I’m ...
... diamond shaping events, but we did get to take a boat ride along the canals of Brugge. That was definitely my favorite part of the day.
Other than that, we just walked around and saw some of the sites. I think I labeled all of the pictures correctly...
By the end of the day I was thouroughly pooped, and it was nice to have a direct train back to Liege ...
... We walked to the Church of our Lady which was built in the 13th century and is completely built in brick, in fact, it is the second highest brick building in the world. Its other claim to fame is that it contains a statue of Madonna and child by Michelangelo. In 1506 it was given to the church by a Brugge merchant. It is the only work by Michelangelo that was exported during his lifetime.
We then ...