Hotel Karel de Stoute
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... But a little faded. They are closing in January for a total Reno to update and add rooms. Wednesday morning after a great breakfast we walked to the Beguinhof which is the famous convent for religious women.....it is a serious of cute little cottages/row houses that are inside a walled convent area with lovely old frees and park right on a small lake at the end of a Canal. We explored the area, found a little present for Erik and then went ...
... multiple picturesque views along the way. Our next stop was the Memling Museum, which houses some incredible art as well as old hospital relics (the building is an old hospital). There is also an old pharmacy attached to the building that we got to scope out as part of our museum ticket. Old medical stuff is creepy! Especially art about old medical stuff!
The next stop on our little tour was both of our favorites. The De Halve Maan (The Half Moon) brewery. We ...
... and I didn't feel like dealing with the crowds.
Due to the heat a significant thirst for another beer had developed so I decided I'd reward myself with a brew in a random Parisian bar once I had completed my only admin task for the day: purchasing some shower gel, or by the way better French name - gel douche. The fact that douches = shower has given me several immature chuckles. I know, you can thank me for that gem later.
Right so I found ...
... 20 windmills (all visible at the same time). When he saw all of the windmills, his face lit right up! He was experiencing a little slice of Heaven on Earth. I think his comment was "Now I really feel like I have been to Holland."
We all enjoyed the windmills, as it is certainly not something we see in the states at all and, as mentioned earlier, the weather was perfect.
We left the windmills and The Netherlands in the rear ...
... in the street, near Grand Place. We also dropped into Galerie de la Reine, just a mall, but it had been built into one of the large palace-like buildings. Brussels was worth the visit, but I prefer the smaller quieter Brugge. Back in Brugge we chose a restaurant with outside seating for dinner. Dmitriy had the popular spaghetti bolognese and I had a salad, anticipating the ice cream I planned for dessert. The dinner was ok, the atmosphere made it pleasurable. I couldn't ...