Hotel De Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and Ipres. This was the Western Front (as in, “All’s Quiet on the Western Front”), and for the four years of the war, the
Germans and Allies fought over this stretch of land. No doubt, this is where the word ‘entrenched’
comes from: both sides literally dug into trenches and tried to hold their ground for four years. In some battles, one side or the other would gain 850m, ...
... is a very unique and entertaining display.
Next stop – the famous Bruges bear statue! It was a bit too fierce and not fluffy enough for my liking, but good to see a bear all the same.
We grabbed some sushi on the way back to the Hostel because it’s always good to have something fresh.
We revisited a hidden garden on our way home which we had breezed through on the tour. The smallest window in Bruges can be seen there. ...
... we get the bicycles out and cycle along the coast for a couple of hours, ending up in a seaside bar, with some very cheeky sparrows, whose party trick is to help themselves to the nuts which are provided free with the drinks.
Wednesday night is a shocker, a howling gale and bursts of pouring rain!
... back in Australia, if only we had a trailer to fill up (and the cash). Time got away with us in the sunshine enjoying local beers and sausages, but it was time to move on. We ended up in Bredene a seaside town with lots happening, but being by the coast there was a cold bitter wind. Had a long walk onlong a lake nearby where we parked, then onto the beach. Great first look into Belgium, and Brugge tomorrow can't ...
... through the wind and rain, huddled under our tiny umbrella, to the frites ("fries") stand we visited yesterday. We quickly placed two orders to go, hustled back to our B&B and smuggled in our goods, to be consumed while sitting on the bed. Classy, I know; but totally worth it for one last tasty Belgian experience. Our brief time in Belgium was everything I expected and more: Breathtaking architecture, sumptuous food, and gorgeous sights. Tot ziens ("goodbye"), Belgium - 'til we meet ...