Hotel Dukes' Palace
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We got woken early by a loud uninvited noise which sounded like chainsaws. I looked out the window to see a garden maintenance team with leaf blowers and three motorised hedge cutters working on the hotel garden. Great, that added to my dissatisfaction. So well and truley woken up we headed down for our breakfast which was part of our package. …
The day started off true to forecast with light rain, which was ok for us as it was a transfer day and we would use it to research Paris which looks rather complicated, and also rest and make the most of our splurge hotel.
The new hotel was about 10 minutes walk which was fine and the rain had pretty much eased to a light spit by the time …
... shops to find a charger, eventually ended up at FNAC that was next to town square. It was a nice multi storey electronics, stationery etc... shop which had the proper charger, which cost E44.99.
Jas & I had a quick look a the novelty shop nearby & bought some magnets with some good quotes. We even noticed a cute Xmas shop with toy animals in the window.
Went back to the house to charge the Surface.
We took Zoe out for dinner at town square. On ...
... wandering and window shopping. Our new friend told us about the charms of Ghent on the way home while Dianne practiced her German with the woman sitting next to us. Knowing less than three languages seems to be unusual here. We need to bone up on the language courses...
We are now safe and sound in our artsy little apartment in Brussels. Tomorrow is our last full day in Belgium and we plan to tackle Ghent, the city who stole the golden dragon from Bruges. ...
The ship sailed through the night to Ghent. In the morning, we took a bus ride to Bruges for a guided tour of the city. Because Bruges was not accessible by water, it was left intact from about 1500 to 1800 and looks much the same today and was not bombed during the war .
The last professional hand maker of Bruges lace passed ...