Hotel Soll Cress Koksijde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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You guys. You guys! You know how sometimes a place is known for something. Like, for example, how Belgium is known for chocolate? Well. It's for good reason. Holy hand made dark chocolates, Batman! We have spent the last two days in Belgium in a small city called Bruges. Sometimes spelled Brugge, and occasionally, though not often, spelled Brugse. It is a historic medieval town that apparently looks almost identical to when it was first built. We decided ...
... a prominent spine - and in most cases for most people only half a head, which was a pity but not a disaster. (The clay piece, when halved with the cheese cutter, was not quite big enough to fill the head end of the mould). We got better with practice. Most people made about 4 figures in the time available. Then a coffee/lemonade break and a chat with Marie-Therese and with the organisers, who wanted to know if we had a specific family connection with WW1 in ...
... Bruges – it was pretty much flat, green lands with rivers, canals, and the occasional lake. There were small towns and villages filled with houses that looked like old cottages out of a painting, or just houses built at least 50 years ago that looked quite weathered.
After arriving at the Bruges train station, we were picked up shortly after that by our AirBnB host, Kurt. We really appreciated the pick-up and not having to worry about trying ...
... NO SIM COMING. Cue slight breakdown as realise contact with home is being cut off. Feel like I can't do it, it's too big, Europe is to scary and I want to go home. Too embarresed to go home, know I have no choice so decide to cut losses and go without sim. Goign home is too sissy anyway and know will regret it. Industrial loading at docks! end up in truckers resteraunt on the ferry.. Sailing away, white cliffs, when ...
... museum. There were 4 floors of different rooms with displays and information about chocolate and its history, and then a demonstration of how they make chocolate in the little factory, with some yummy free samples! After a quick lunch, we returned to the hostel to prepare for our first concert, which we performed in the afternoon. We performed in the middle of the Market Square, and our audience was HUGE and spread all around us in a circle. The square was full of tourists as ...