Hotel Bosch En Zee
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... and were blocked by men on horseback. Later it was Roman soldiers and whiirling dervishes. There were banners and musicians, drummers and priests carrying golden coffers, women shaking wooden clackers, groups of people dressed as in Bible times shaking palm fronds... All in all it was quite a spectacle. We must have watched for over an hour. Finally we wound our way to the outskirts of the city and tried to backtrack to find our room. By this time it was after ...
... 8217;t offer tap water, only paid bottled. WHY?
After lunch we climbed the Belfry, all 366 steps. It was narrow and steep, and every time someone was coming down, you would have to stop climbing and pin yourself against the wall so they could fit down. The view from the top was excellent, Bruges still looks very much like a medieval town. The Belfry was originally constructed to be a fort, so if Bruges was invaded, they would move all the valuables ...
... village in Belgium - for the night for her birthday, privately) Yet I'm beginning to miss our little nook, my desk, and guitars, and our cats, and our crooked little house on the hill. And National meat pies.
“No one realises how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.” – Lin Yutang
Twilight often reminds me of childhood, that profound ...
... in and turned me into a giggling pile of useless! Once it did, I was sent back to the cabin to zonk out for a couple of hours while Oscar and Andrew went to the on board cinema.
It felt so strange, sitting still and twiddling thumbs for seven hours for the crossing after so many days of constant 'doing' and driving.
Finally bought the M&M guy I saw on ...
... aware of the fact that you're staying in the city centre
of medieval Bruges! This is how ALL stairs in houses in the city centre
look like. So get over it people! I posted some pics of the new rooms,
they're a 100% different compared to how the place looked just a few
months back. Would definitely stay here again, staff is also very nice
and welcoming and they are really working hard to turn this building
into a beauty so give them a break!