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Ostend, Belguim was a quick 2 night stopover on our way to Amsterdam.
It had a huge beach and a large esplanade with some cool orange art features.
It was empty of people and would be one of those places that come alive in summer.
We did a day trip to the nearby gorgeous city of Bruges.
This is a cool city centred around a couple of big plazas, lots of canals and pretty photo
... afford to live here." Back to the ship for a disembarkation briefing from Nick, our Cruise Manager and then to lunch. It is a beautiful day, so the four of us went to the top deck & enjoyed the sunshine and view as we cruised to Kinderdijk. We arrived at the dock at 3:00 and on arrival went on a self-guided tour of Kinderdijk. We first saw a movie about the town and its 19 windmills. We walked along the water to ...
... called De Garre. We thought it was a restaurant and went to leave until someone leaving told us we had to go in and try their house beer 'Garre' - a beer with 12%25 alcohol and the only place you can get it in the world. At that we went inside and the waitress told us we couldn't get a table to ourselves so we joined with another couple who were Irish and we got on like a house on fire. The Garre was a really smooth, tasty beer and came with cheese which was ...
... I got one as well and then we headed for the train. We were at the right platform and all, but as we got on the train I mentioned that I thought we were possibly on the one heading to Brussels (the opposite direction). Jane asked an elderly couple across the aisle and I don't think they fully understood that we wanted to GO TO Ostende, not did the train come from Ostende. So they just said "yes, yes Ostende." As we sat a minute longer, I said mentioned it ...
... that nuns are women." "Well do they ask for money too?" "WHAT?" I said. "What are you talking about?" "The man back there, asking for money in a hat, was he a nun?" WHAT???!!!!" Long story, long. Sam, understandably, assumed 'NUN' was 'NONE', and that if people have nothing and are asking for money, they must be NONES. I like it.
Anyhoo, we loved Brugge, and we loved Hotel Coreandier. If we ever return, we know where to stay, and where to get chocolate and waffles.