Cortina Hotel Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Pets allowed
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... the bells, from Tuesday through Saturday afternoons this week (lucky us!) there have been free harp concerts by Luc Vanlaere at Sint Jan. I loved his creations so much that I went back twice to hear his unique music, played not only on harps, but also on stringed instruments he has invented, plus other instruments from around the world. Try to listen to his work online; it fits this city so well, both being ...
... versatile artist – paintings, etchings, lithographs, furniture and so on. After that, we went back to the Stadhuis (City Hall) to see its very impressive Gothic Hall, with a series of 19th century murals. Then into the Brugse Vrije, the old Court of Justice to see its Renaissance Chamber (formerly the Alderman’s Chamber) with its 16th wood, marble and alabaster fireplace. There was a ...
... Although sometimes it gets really busy and really hot. Lots of accordion playing though! 5. Always check your train ticket to make sure you know what train station you are departing from. There are at least three in Paris and they are not that close. 6. Moodiness occurs when hungry and tired travellers are looking for the perfect restaurant. 7. Oblivious people love to stand at the most awkward spots in art galleries, hallways, ...
... and we're back in the main square, Market Square, and decide to take the horse and buggy where my hubby then remembers most of what we did last visit. At the end of our buggy ride, we ask where is the best place to get mussels as the thing to eat here are mussels and frites or fries. He points us to Simon Stevin square and we find Poules Moules or Chicken Mussels and have our dinner.
There must be 40 mussels in the pot that hubby gets to ...
Up early to fill our day with Belgian clichés…not that there's anything wrong with that! After a short trip by rail from Ghent, we walked towards the old center via one of many markets, it being Saturday morning and all. Fresh mini waffles from a friendly vendor, followed by a walking tour of the city monuments. Halfway through, the sweet temptress chocolate seemed ...