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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Square. It seemed appropriate that the carillon burst into "Ode to Joy" immediately upon our arrival! We then heard the "Birthday Song" being played by the band in the Square below--a fitting tribute to Tim on his birthday! The view of the city below was well worth the 290 foot climb. We also enjoyed viewing many artifacts in a huge Catholic church and popped into a few galleries along our way. Tomorrow we head to France to visit the D-Day ...
... good weather does not come often.
Brugge is nice, scenery resembles York I think.
There are many shops selling stitched products, yet I cannot find my favourite one.
Then we went to take the boat and toured around.
The wind was even freezier in the water. My head pounded and burned.
Afterwards we went for waffles. The taste was not as good as I had last time in Brussels.
... to the Jean Van Eyk
statue that was in the background of a famous shot of the movie In
Bruges. We wanted to recreate the shot as suggested by some but it turns
out the bench they were sitting on in the picture was too close to the canal
edge in order to reproduce it. They must have had a film crew on a barge
to take the shot.
From the Van Eyk statue we
ventured to the Basilica of the Holy Blood. The basilica is best known as
... civic buildings warranted many photographs. There were many outdoor cafes and restaurants and even though this is only the start of the tourist season the streets were already packed with thousands of tourists. Should also mention impressive and very old canal system filled with boat loads of tourists. The local food speciality seems to be mussels served with frites. Needless to say also countless shops selling Belgian chocolates and vendors making ...
... along a little side street across from a much busier pub, called The Hobbit. We were both very pleased with our dinner. The owner was also the server and their kitchen was upstairs from the restaurants, so both he and his chef were up and down those stairs many times during the evening. Wine was served "by the inch" by opening up a full new bottle for each table, and then measuring how much was consumed (if not the full bottle) ...