Hotel Bonne Auberge
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Travel Blogs from De Haan
... then drove into the town centre and went for a walk. There was a Marina with hundreds of boats/yachts. At then end of town there was a canal with a lock and a huge yacht was coming back into the marina. It was great to see the lock open and flood the canal to bring the level up three metres then the bridge was raised and the yacht passed through, Drove back to Brugge and ended up having burgers for dinner as nothing seemed to be open Sunday ...
... since they were paid for anyway. Booked for 3 nights too so had a free stay :) thought it might be a good idea not to bother Lisa too much. So that was it. Tour over. Really glad I did it. Met some awesome people that I will keep in contact with but still wish I had started it from the beginning so that I got to know everyone a lot easier. Now it was time to enjoy London for a bit before Oktoberfest and then it's karate in Canada, Russia and ...
... visit randomly fell on the day of their big parade which only takes place every 5 years. Another highlight of our day in Brugge was the horse drawn carriage ride that Ky and Che took us on for a site seeing tour of the town. It was such a neat way to weave through the tiny cobbled streets and see the town.
Galloping our way through Belgium,
Robyn and ...
... quite small, it may be worth considering going out of season.
... and past beautiful bundles of flowers along shore. Thirty minutes later we were back on a bridge ready to go to (surprise!!) an ice-cream shop.
Another recommended spot was a small, but busy ice-cream store. We had to wrestle or way into Da Vinci’s small ice-cream shop to get some AMAZING cold treats. Kaden licked her peanut butter ice-cream while Lisa enjoyed her watermelon scoop. Quinn even got in and bought some mint ...
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- Free parking