Cortina Hotel Restaurant
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From beautiful Brugge we drove south west to Ypres. Along the way we stopped at some of the war memorials to the fallen soldiers. All this area is part of Flanders. We stopped at the Tyne Cot cemetery. It is the biggest commonwealth memorial. It was quite surreal looking at the walls knowing every name on the wall represents a soldier whose body was never found or identified.
Next we stopped at ...
... the drizzle started so we had a quiet night in watching a bit of BBC1 and BBC2. I raced down to a patisserie and bought some nice bread and other goodies for dinner. I think we have seen and enjoyed much of the place call Bruges. Next morning (Friday 29th) we have breakfast, cereal with chilled UHT melk. We catch the train from Bruges to Brussels where we will board a Thayls train to Amsterdam. We have a bit of time before the train departs so I ...
... I would be able to enjoy or make the best of their travelling lark as I am by nature a boring couch potato but I am breaking open a new me. I miss my Brown and wish she could share this but in the same way it is a journey of discovery that I am relishing.. Right that boat awaits!!! The boat was fun there is a cannon here 6.5 meters long which they built to protect the city on firing it it fell apart and never worked now sitting on the side ...
... could try the different styles. The one that caught our eye was dancing on roller skates! There was a large roller rink set up, free for anyone adventurous enough to try...so we strapped on some skates and joined the pros and the novices for a Rollin' good time :) Dinner tonight was at a place recommended by our host called Passage. Fantastic beer selection here. Pam sampled the Krick Framboise and Katie had a Fort Lapin while we shared mussels (in a celery, onion, parsley ...
... the Grand Place) and its bell tower (from which Brendan Gleeson jumped in "In Bruges"), Burg square, and the Church of Our Lady. We ended back at the frites stands in front of the bell tower, and Rolinka made us find our own way back to the hotel. Since we all showed up in the lobby later on, I guess we're all smarter than she thinks we are.
Dinner was at Tom's Diner (not a particularly Belgian-sounded name, but there you go) in the upstairs dining room. ...