Hotel De Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... here was a powerful experience. We ended the day at the Menen Gate, listening to the Last Post, a bugle call that has been sounded here every evening since 1928, in memory of the British soldiers who have no known burial places. On our drive home we saw a part of a highway that simply ended in piles of dirt; work will not continue here because this was another place where the Great War was fought. This is all sacred ground. ...
... used this trip to Blankenberge as a recce to check out the trains to Bruges as we will be back here toward the end of May. The trains run every hour and it take about 20 minutes. The cost of a tickets is between €4-6 return.
All back on board it was time to chill out before dinner and then settle down for an evening of non-stop entertainment. The show in the main theatre was called Reel to Reel bringing together all that’s great about ...
... upon an outdoor performance of Dutch hip hop. I have no idea what they are saying of course, and it all sounds like the Swedish chef to me, but I dance around and clap hands excitedly with the other girls in the audience and "woo" loudly at everything they say.
Bruges is a stones throw to Antwerp and Gent so I have every intention of daytripping there. But am just enjoying relaxing in Bruges for as long as I can get away with.
... In Belgium they don’t eat them for breakfast they just eat them as a snack food. Taylor and I shared a waffle with chocolate spread and whip cream. OMG!!!! it was so good. Then we did more walking around the town. Then back to Paris they did stopped half way again on the way back. When we got to Paris we went to the same restaurant as last night as the prices wasn't that bad. So Taylor had 12 escargots and we split a small pizza. Then walked back to the ...
... for the bizarre and brand new Historium. It only opened on November 25. Normally, I don't go in for this kind of thing, but I was in the right mood. It's a 35 minute multi-sensory tour through seven thematic rooms that take you back to 1435. You are basically following characters through town during preparations for Jan van Eyck painting Virgin and Child with ...