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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cavalier Brugge
Excellent location to explore the old city
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The day started well despite my backpack leaking water all over the floor , getting my glasses case wedged behind the bedhead at the Gite and my walking stick having a minor issue requiring superglue. At last the weather has improved so it was great to head off from the tiny village of Trefcon to Tergnier with the Sun shining . Walking to Tergnier …
... was just so excited that they were coming to my room to eat and hang out.
Sometimes I really enjoy and really have to have my quiet time in my room but I really do enjoy eating with others, especially when they are sweet and like to eat haha. :) After they left I was totally content with cleaning up the dishes and cleaning up the table. I think it was something that reminded me of home.. Sounds silly but it was kind of comforting. Now when I return home ...
Yesterday marked the first month away from home, and I must admit, I don't think I ever want to go back (sorry mum). I'm currently in Bruges, Belgium (after a plane, bus, two trains and a cab, thank you very much) and it's just incredible. It really looks like a fairytale city, because everything is just so perfect. The streets are cobbled, horses and carts are everywhere, there's a canal that runs through the city that you ...
... br> Graffiti Street spans about 100 yards and changes often.
and Harry own and operate a screen printing business supplying all the
soccer teams, pubs, and ...
... place was open until 10 pm so I had plenty of time.
I came to the next turn around place in only 15 minutes and I didn’t want to turn around yet. So I decided I should have plenty of time to just do the whole 41.5 km tour. My legs felt fine and I knew I’d ridden at least that far in Amsterdam, so I knew I could do it. There wasn’t much else to see in Bruges anyway. I probably wouldn’t make it back in time to climb the bell tower, but ...