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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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Today we went into Bruges. It was a national holiday which we understood to be about independence although no one could tell us anything more about it. Thanks to our friends at Google we now know that July 21 marks the anniversary of Belgium's independence from the Netherlands in 1831 and the establishment of the Kingdom of the Belgians with ...
... us on the tour who liked a drink, enough said. The second place we went specialised in “lambic” beer. This is beer which is made through “spontaneous yeasting”. Where some brewers like Heineken keep their yeast a specially guarded secret, the process of making Llamic beer involves pretty much opening the window and letting the natural yeast from the environment do the work. The last place we went was Delirium bar, which holds ...
... and just followed our nose the rest of the way full of pleasant scenery. Bruges in known for its beer (check), mussels (not the best season so will not have them), and chocolate, so we found the shop recommended by our host and I got a little selection. Just as well too as by the end of the day we were too tired to go out for dinner and still full from lunch we just ate the chocolates!
I really love Bruges and I think its because of ...
... selection, so we ended our lazy day at the chocolate shop & dreamed of working in a chocolate shop like this all day, or perhaps just living nearby & visiting it everyday. Brugge has been a really great city to visit & explore & I'm so glad we came here. It's nice to be able to visit a city of this size & really get to know your way around the place after only a few short days ...
is an immaculately-preserved piece of Belgian history which gleams down
upon its visitors with its seductive appeal seeking to grab you by the
lapels and really demand your attention. Shunning the prospect of seeing
Brugge on a canal cruise, I departed the city from the main station in
the direction of Ghent, and felt that, although a mere half a day in
Brugge really only constituted a flash ...