BEST WESTERN Hotel Petit
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- 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 ...
... open to traffic.
With a few more photos taken here I headed off towards the ferry terminal but then went on to fill my tank at the nearby petrol station. After a disaster a few years ago when I got off the ferry in Newcastle and realised I never had enough fuel to get home I had to search for miles to find a filling station and so i always fill it before boarding the ferry.
As it was only 14h30 and the ferry only leaves at 17h30 I decided to go and do my usual and that was to have ...
... 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 ...
... needs a pint let me know. After the tour we headed back to Dam Square. After all our walking we decided to refuel with an all you can eat sushi... Not very Dutch we know but at that point we were sooooo hungry from all our touring that we needed some serious feeding! Later we walked the streets again, the place really transforms after dark, out come the night owls. I don't think there is one coffee shop in Amsterdam that actually sells coffee, they all sell cannabis as that ...
... Dutch "troubador" in the bar and retired for the night.
Apart from Mr & Mrs Noisy and their brood going by after a night at the casino (or somewhere) things were otherwise quiet with a smooth crossing had by all.
We woke for a good breakfast and were off the ship easily by 10.00 and after a little detour round the dock area, Tom Tom guided us onto the European motorway network.
We were on our way to ...