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... want meat fondue, we thought we'd give it a try. It was a very generous meal with a huge amount of chicken and beef, as well as salad and frites, so we were well and truly satisfied after dinner. We did however, so exploring a few more bars. We found a small lambic bar, and an old pub with a long beer list. By this time we were ready for bed. Time for some sleep before seeing some more of ...
... a fly tipper with OCD due to the regularity of the trees!! More than likely the council thought it was a good idea at the time but then couldn’t be ***** to decorate them. Either that or they ran out of money after paying for the scary babies!!
Despite Blankenberge being an innocuous Belgian seaside town, Adolf Eugen Fick, the inventor of the contact lens, died in Blankenberge in 1901. I’ve no idea where he was born but he put Blankenberge ...
... near our campsite to have a wander around. It was a bit of a poseurs spot with lots of pavement café's and trendy boutiques so not much there for us, although luckily they did have bakery and ice cream shop in one so we all got what we needed. When we got back to our campsite I could have lay down and gone to sleep I was that worn out but the girls all had their second winds and they wanted to go to the indoor play area ...
... br> Despite my polite refusal and gentle acknowledgement of the time, he carried on and a fresh can was plucked from his rucksack. As the gas on the ring pull hissed for the umpteenth time of his morning, he began to unravel.
“Where are you going?” he enquired.
A puzzled face glared back at me.
“Belgium?”. The penny dropped and he moved on with haste. “I’m off to ...
... steep spiral staircase. The sleeping rooms are so cute I really don't know which one to choose. So I decide to start on the first floor, having my home-made Spanish tortilla for dinner, then off to the second floor knitting a soft baby blanket in the salon, ending the journey on the third floor. Here's one of the bedrooms and includes a small shower which has a white, lace curtain to separate the ...