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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... what other language do you need to know? You're fine, you're lucky it's your first language". Still, it makes us both think that we should've paid more attention at school. Day 2: we decided to do a bike tour of the city in the morning because, let's face it, the only thing we new about Bruges from the movie In Bruges and the recently seen Monuments Men (more about that later). Our guide was a young local student who took four of us on a great tour of ...
... and copperware make up the central 'feature’ and its impossible not to throw your mind back in time.
By this point, the 8% lager was starting to take its toll and my quest for local delicacies began.
Spoilt for choice. Everywhere you look, frijtes, waffles, chocolates, and beer are the order of the day. If it’s not made of lace, chances are you can consume it. Having perused enough shop windows to leave a trail of drool so large ...
... canal cruise for 30 minutes to see the city and its beauty from the water. There aren't that many canals here but everything worth seeing is built close by. Great photo opportunity. I clicked off over 100 snaps in 30 mins. Time for lunch and we bought from the vans at the front of the Belfry - bratwurst and frites with Flemish stew sauce. Yum! Paul cycled back to change the car parking voucher ( we can park for free outside our accommodation so long as we change ...
... and we found ourselves in a chip shop with the biggest portion of chips you have ever seen, marinaded in mayonnaise.
Re-fueled we went back out on the beer hunt. Out of all the beers we tried, I'd say the best beer was Jacob, the best bar was stamine de garre (http://www.degarre.be/) closely followed by 2be (http://www.2-be.biz/en/fotosbar.php). All the bars we went to were small and quirky and as every beer is served in its proper ...
... hospital gadgets. They also hold the first half-body portrait of the Christ walking with the cross painted North of the Alps. Pretty amazing!
Traveling around Brugge really helped me to get a visual since of the historical transition of trading power in North Belgium (then the Low Countries) in the late Medieval period until the Dutch Revolt of the 1580's transfered trading power to Amsterdam and the ...