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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Jerusalem Chapel which has a rather interesting interior. Apparently some guy named Anselm Adornes went to the Holy Land and decided to build an exact copy of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre that he saw there. So I guess that's what this looks like.
More quiet winding streets to the next stop, the Church of Saint Anne. This church is in a quiet square and the guidebook says the interior is one of Bruges' most splendid examples of ...
... to the hostel until 10pm.
The travel arrangements are still to be finalised for Remembrance Day, so we sent some late night e-mails to confirm the bus transport to Tyne Cot. Remembrance Day has turned into quite an event. We are singing with the Yorkshire Police Band, and the Australian, Canadian and British ambassadors to Belgium are now attending, along with 11 members of the Canadian Parliament, a German Minister, and a number of local dignitaries. A crowd of 1000 is ...
... was super impressive as well, over 50 different beers if I remember correctly. We were in a 20 bed dorm, but the beds were massive, more like a pod. We all had our own curtains for privacy, a light and a massive crate underneath for our bags. There was sooo much room to actually walk around and stuff as well, it felt less crowded than some of our other dorms that had half the people. So we were impressed!
One of the first things that we noticed, was that they had ...
... in particular had really good English so we had a lovely chat to them all the way back to Blankenburge. The shuttle buses back to the ship were there so it was really all quite painless and we’d had such a great day out. So thus far going it alone is working well for us,
We took our things up to our room and had a little rest - well Craig did and I downloaded photos then we went down to Crooners Bar where we could look out and see ...
... followed our whim the rest of the way which was full of pleasant scenery. Bruges in known for its beer (check), mussels (not the best season so will not have them), and chocolate, so we found the shop recommended by our host and I got a little selection. Just as well too as by the end of the day we were too tired to go out for dinner and still full from lunch so we just ate the chocolates!
I really love Bruges, I think its because of ...