BEST WESTERN Hotel Petit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mostly male and just there for a big party. Train trip to Brugge, included a brief stop in Brussels. Our arrival in Brugge was delayed 30 minutes as the train came to an almost complete stop, I suspect because of the extremely heavy rain, but missed not having Hilde to translate the intercom messages. Arrived in Brugge about 6pm and got bus to the old town square. Our map did not show the street for our B and B, so rang them. They had no record ...
... was again a perfect sunny day, as we cycled up towards The Hague. We had some old friends who are currently working in The Hague and phoned them to see if we could catch up. Cathy-Anne, Sheldon and their 2 children, always so warm and welcoming, invited us to come and stay with them a couple of nights, giving us free range of their home while they're at work and school. A lovely little bit of home away from home has been divine!! Tomorrow we'll continue on up towards ...
So today I rode on a bike to the city centre! It was intense. Bikes, cars, trams and prams came from every direction! And not to mention that the bike is a bit big for me so stopping and starting was pretty difficult to say the least. We got into the center and went to this amazing place called 'Wok to Walk'. Sooo delicious! Now I am sitting in the park listening to music and shooing pigeons ...
... forwards and sometimes around in circles. It was hard to steer ok! Ha it was fun all the same and we eventually got the hang of it. Paul did most of the pedalling. The hour sped by and we returned the water bikes, after a funny attempt at reverse parking the boat. Eventually we managed after lots of laughter and a few goes and then ventured on through the museum on the bicycle... Yes I just said we rode through a museum on a bicycle! This is the famous Rijks museum which has ...
... stories live on and to raise awareness about human rights issues. We were so impressed by this museum...well worth the visit. A very popular street food here is frites with mayonnaise, and there was a stand recommended by our hosts just outside the museum in the Westerkerk square. This is also the sight of a beautiful, granite pink triangle tribute to those who died during World War Two because of their sexual orientation, more affectionately called the homomonument. ...