Hotel De Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to grasp not to drink it!! We wandered back to camp for a casserole, glass of vino (probably some Sharpe truth be told!) and bedtime in nice new sheets! On to a new place tomorrow, between here and Bruges. We've emailed ahead and they have space. Fingers crossed for a nice site with friendly owners!! Ps we wanted to write "happy birthday mum" in the sand but it was all wet today so we did toilet roll instead.... That's love that is!! ...
... to see a little fluffy face tilted at an appealing angle and two pleading eyes. Dan turned around to take a look. He reached out to pet its head and the owner turned and smiled.
“I’m Christine!” she offered as she slipped off the pack and pulled out the little dog. “She loves attention!” she bubbled with a German accent. “What are you drinking? ‘ she asked and launched into ...
... for 12 Euro and he offered free champagne. Turns out he wasn't saying champagne, he was saying some sort of beer which Liz doesn't like because she doesn't like beer. And since we weren't understanding the "English" menu we ended up not getting a three course meal anyways. It all turned out good though because we did get an entrée, dessert, and beer for 10 Euros.
The best part though was that we sat next to a table of a bachelor party. We knew because they all ...
... t find Jo. I did the only rational thing I could....I shouted "Jo! Jo help me! I'm stuck in a vest". All I needed was for her to pull it off me from behind but she was looking at me blankly saying "what?" in a voice that told me she had no idea what was happening. Luckily for me there was this very nice British man walking past who took in the whole situation and assured me he had a large amount of experience undressing woman and he assisted me. I was embarrassed, Jo was ...
... checking out the windmills, climbing the 366 stairs to the top of the Belfry Tower, eating Belgian chocolate and taking a ton of photos of the city itself. It was a wonderful couple days. I got my laundry done, caught up on my blog and read a couple books. Brugge for me was pure bliss. It was just what I needed before the last month and a half of my journey. I will come back to Brugge for sure if I am ever back in this part of the ...