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... drove to our Hotel to drop our gear off. We went for a leisurely stroll into town starting off with the Vrouwe Abbey where the Lange Jan Tower stands high above the town. Then on along the Lange Delft we each got a paper flute full of chips with mayonnaise (very dutch). Munching on our chips we passed through the market square with it's very ornate Old Town Hall dating back nearly 500 years. At the end of Langeviele stands the Kloveniersdoelen a ...
... mentioned our names or the dates on the passes.
Our hotel in Bruges was thankfully situated really close to the centre, although I don’t think the hosts appreciated our backpacking style. For our first night in Bruges we took a wander around the town and headed to a restaurant recommended to us by the hotel. Unsurprisingly this restaurant was on the other side of Bruges, but was completely worth the effort. It was a lovely ...
... kettle (our cheap student one for £5 from Tesco keeps tripping the electric, so is due for the bin). We did however get a brolly when it started raining again and so put into quick service (it was chucking it down). John also found another local girl and if it wasn’t raining, he would have sat down beside her. After a swift half, we went off to see an all women’s shanty choir called Zeevrouwenkoor Oog-Tij or just Oog-Tij. John thought they ...
... us down a bit. When we set out to sea, it was a bit choppy because the wind was against us and tide with us, but not unmanageable, we just had to make sure things were stowed below properly, as a couple of things reminded us that they weren’t! The day slowly brightened up and calmed down and ended up with sunshine when we arrived at Middelburg. The day’s end – perfect.
The Boater’s club is run by an eccentric bar ...
We arrived in Bruge at around 7:30pm on May 3, after a long day in Paris and on the train. Immediately we loved the city. It was so beautiful, relaxed, and had a friendly feeling to it. When we got to our hostel we washed up a little bit and then went downstairs, because our hostel had its own bar. We each had a great Belgian beer to start off, and then from 9 to 10 they had euro beers. Needless to say, Brian and ...
Other places to stay in Middelburg
Loskade 1, Middelburg | 2 star hotelfrom $105
Buitenruststraat 22, Middelburg | 4 star hotelfrom $107
Bosschaartsweg 2, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $120
Dam 31, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $147
Loskade 19, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $121