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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- Conference facilities
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... us in out of the weather, into what appears to be the last available room in all of town.
A trip to the town square for dinner, packed with lively Tour de France spectators also hiding out from the rain, yielded a lovely simple Belgian feed of charcuterie and frites. Following that we headed home to the hotel, local beers in hand, for some blogging and an early night’s sleep so that we can prepare for our up coming ...
... turbines on the pier which were impressive. We saw the sports deck including the football and basketball court. Kieran and Barry played table tennis which was quite weird given that it was windy and the ship was moving. For dinner we went to the Da Vinci restaurant. The restaurant is huge with plenty of staff to look after you. Our waiter was Randalf from the Philippines. He was funny and looked after us. Barry had sea food bisque soup to start and Lynn ...
... you make a mistake, and press C it clears everything, and you have to start again from scratch......Which I did.....about 30, or maybe 40 times........"Just singin' in the rain, What a glorious feeling, I'm happy again..." Lah-de-dah-dee-dah.......Sigh..... "Yes, my darling, almost finished......Won't be long now with this jolly little thing....It's a little bit tricky, but we're having fun.........almost got it beat, the little devil...." Whistle, whistle....
We woke up to a fresh 2 inches of snow outside. Thankfully, it was above freezing, so everything was melted on the roads and it didn't cause any traffic. We checked out and set off towards a chocolate museum. We walked through a series of rooms that explained the history of chocolate and how it is made from cocoa beans to ...
We landed in Ghent, but the excursion today was to Bruges, one of Europe's best-preserved medieval cities, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bruges is wonderful. Now Jean feels like she has been to Europe.
We took the bus from an industrial landing in Ghent to the outskirts of Bruges. Our program manager walked us into town to our canal boats for the canal boat tour of Bruges. A word here about the headsets and ...