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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... my journey. I come around a corner and find a weaver at a loom who has attracted a small crowd of onlookers. His wife is selling the scarves he's making at a nearby table, and I wonder how many I can fit into my luggage. I settle on my absolute favorite, and notice another woman selling jewellry, all handmade, nothing for over 8 euros. Three pairs of earrings and a necklace later, I realize the afternoon is ...
... church, the walk was quite nice as well, with picturesque bridges over the canals and, of course, cobblestone streets everywhere.
After the church, we continued to walk until we reached a nice little park on a canal that seemed to be the main hangout for about 50 swans and probably more than 100 ducks. It was also at this point that everyone was ready for lunch, so we decided to walk back to the Markt Square to have our lunch with a view. We all enjoyed pizza for lunch ...
... indigenous nicnacs made in China, becomes a tourist. This is our sorry lot in Brugge, this lovely city in Belgium. The man at the tourist office sneered that we were 10 minutes too late and go away, we were told by our waitress that serving crepes after 5.30 are forbidden and our hostess at Ganzenstraat 37 advised ...
... with no actual political power. The Doge was elected from the eldest of the wealthy Venetian families, and once elected served until death and was only allowed to leave the palace when given permission. Hence the enormity of the palace, which also housed the government offices and courts. A short walk from the courtrooms over the Bridge of Sighs took us to the old prison, which housed both civil and criminal prisoners. The bridge got its name from the story of convicted men ...
... nice, considering the horror stories I had heard about youth hostels in Europe. The host was really funny telling us all of the cool places to go, especially at night. The place was called Charlie Rocket's, a very American-style place that had license plates from the United States and Canada all over the bar area. There was a room in the back where we could play pool as well. Our room was really nice, well for a hostel. There were ...