Belle Epoque Hotel
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... fruit along with several choices of tea, coffee and juice. The atmosphere was very quaint since the
hotel is housed in a former house that’s very old. It’s super clean with updated bathrooms and
spotless, nicely decorated rooms.
Markt or La Grande Place was our first destination. It is a square surrounded by buildings with
historical importance. Many of the
buildings have businesses on the lower levels but the historical ...
... swans and horse driven carts.
Having managed to check in early and dump our stuff in our room, we wandered down the street and stumbled across a little market. Laura browsed some items, eyed off a scarf, and we moved on towards the chocolate museum. New scarf snug around Laura's neck, we arrived at the chocolate museum, Choco-Story, and learnt many things about chocolate and it's history. ...
... like a bad dream. I can't quite believe it yet."
After his capture, Jim's dad was taken to an Allied aviator prisoner processing camp called Dulag-Luft located in Frankfort, Germany. A week later, he was transported to Stalag Luft 3 in what is now Zagan, Poland where he was interred for over two years.Jim's dad died in 1987. Although he never discussed the circumstances of his capture or where he crashed landed, ...
We made our way North via a monastery at Orval where we had a tour of the ruin (not allowed in the new one) and sampled some of the monks cheese. I would have liked to sample the Trappist beer but too early in the day. We lunched in the town of Dinnant before arriving in Brugge around 6pm. Our dinner was at a working farm near Damme just outside of Brugge, and it was magnificent, smoked salmon, beef burgundy and apple ...
... was to just to appreciate it's quaint, cobbled streets.
It's home is Belgium - a place famous for it's neutrality; aptly I can't quite decide if I love it or hate it. So I've settled for an average rating. As an arty person much of my opinion of place is based on their paintings, sculpture or architecture and having come from Paris, Bruges just didn't match up. Do give it a chance, it will be exactly what you want it to be but I won't be heading back anytime soon.