Hotel Pavillon du Zoute
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After dropping the bikes off and having a quick feed, we went and saw Luc Vanlaere . He is a famous musician who plays all of his own compositions on a variety of harps (orchestral, classical, meditation one, one with 240 strings he had crafted… and some others!). All hand made, no electronics or synthetic sounds. What a character! It was free entry, with donations welcomed. ...
... quiet contemplation. A museum was about 200m away so we paid the €10 entry fee and went in (on Jan de Ruyter's recommendation). It had a series of old wooden stereoscopic viewers showing many photos of war and life in the trenches. There was no sensoring of the photos so the grim and raw reality hit home. Outside there's a series of original trenches in the woodland garden. Again the reality of what life must have been like and the fear they ...
... would be almost razed after sustained shelling at the end of October. However, the men’s ultimate sacrifice was rewarded with the liberation of Belgian Coast and Zeeland, and marked yet another turning point in the end of World War Two.
I took the train up from Brussels on Saturday night, and after an hour’s delay (during which the true fury of elderly Belgians was unleashed on the train conductor), I made it into the sleepy ...
... all the little travel secrets when visiting the city.
We had the pleasure of seeing the most famous dog in Bruge, which
lay on the window ledge of a house that sat on the canal. The golden
retriever is even seen in the movie 'In Bruge'.
Bruge has a significant economic importance thanks to its port. At one time, it was the "chief commercial city" of the world. It used to be one of the first trading ports in Europe. So back in ...
... your camera just as you click to take a shot.
That said we managed to avoid them all and found a beautiful walk along the river/ canal to the railway station where we paid our money to go into the Ice Sculpture Festival, this was absolutely breathtaking ( and I am not referring to the minus 6 degree temperatures ) they had carved an amazing array of characters from Harry Potter and other things like the Ice Queen from the Lion, ...