Hotel Ibis Kortrijk Centrum
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Our adventure today took us to Belgium. We were not sorry to leave our tiny hotel rooms in Reims!
The first stop was in Lens at the Louvre Lens - where the collections of the Louvre are stored and restored. The building is really interesting - a glass and stainless steel exhibition hall which gives a very light and open feel to the gallery. The Louvre in Paris doesn't change its permanent galleries, but the Louvre Lens has a lot ...
... the bartenders recommendation, then decided to move on to the next bar, " 'T Brugs Beertje ". This one was more of an older crowd, however the bartenders were much more knowledgeable and suggested some more delicious beers that were mostly local. It was hard to choose a favourite as they were all very nice and the flavours were very different. I don't think any of them were better than the Westvleteren Tripel though.
The next day I slept in and got up just ...
26th May 2012
Morning everyone, the bird's are singing, the sky is blue and the sun is shining and hovering around the 80°F 27°C. Isi thinks it is a good day to keep on top of the washing after a continental breakfast with some of our Belgian "velvet textured" brown bread. Isi started to convert John’s rants from paper to computer and John started to rebuild a broken fairlead with new screws and some plastic padding. For those ...
... was characterized by economic diversification, which fostered employment and prosperity. The flax industry set the tone. Thanks to the retting process, the water in the river Leie was of an excellent quality, which earned the Leie the name of "Golden River". "
Excerpt taken from http://www.trabel.com/kortrijk/kortrijk -history.htm
In the 60s and 70s the Kortrijk region underwent a new, far-reaching reconversion. Following from the ...
... would have been possible for me to read. On to the Groeninge Museum with an extensive exhibit on 15th and early 16th-century works by Dutch, German and Flemish painters which beyond a few Van Eycks and intricate Durers, was a little too Christ-y for my tastes. More Madonnas than you could shake a stick at, though it might feel good to try, lots of sad Jesii being speared like fondue, St. Sebastian the Human Pin Cushion, and ...