Ghent River Hotel
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Friendly staff, very clean hotel, excellent location!
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... castle we moseyed around town a little bit more, and eventually made our way back to the train station on foot. Because of where our little tour ended it was now about a 2 mile walk. Definitely been putting some miles on her feet this trip! Back in Bruges, we walked back to our B&B and took a little break from all that walking around. Since we had left the house this morning we had walked 6 1/2 hours, minus about 50 minutes sitting on the ...
Today we visited Ghent, a city in Eastern Flanders. This is Belgium's second largest city with nearly 250,000 inhabitants. Like so many older cities, it is built on a river. We wandered through the old town and discovered all the usual suspects that one might find in this part of the world. HUGE and imposing cathedrals, trams, horse drawn carriages and gorgeous old buildings. ...
... symbols like the Eiffel Tower, the Big Ben and the Colosseum. The place looked cool, and made us wish it was a mini golf park! To the other side there was a large foresty area full of magnificent shades of autumn, which looked almost cooler than the rest of the view. Or maybe it was cooler, I dunno! When we were finished up there, we went back in the elevator to the first level again, then went up an escalator to another ball. This level was full of artwork ...
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Quand on parle de Bruges, il est impossible de ne pas mentionner Gand, l'autre grande ville de cette région de Belgique. Elles ont connu leurs périodes de prospérité à la même époque, ont toutes deux été très riches et sont réputées pour leurs liens avec l'école Flamande des XVème et XVIème siècles. Donc en toute logique, ...
... wine and Mark tried Ghentse Gruut beer. I thought it was pretty cool when our waitress, who incidentally could speak five languages, told us that it was brewed by a woman!!
That just left one "must do" before leaving Belgium - we had to try Trappist beer. This is a pretty special beer. It must be brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery, either by the monks themselves or under their supervision. The brewery must be ...