Hotel de Schelde
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Ostend, Belguim was a quick 2 night stopover on our way to Amsterdam.
It had a huge beach and a large esplanade with some cool orange art features.
It was empty of people and would be one of those places that come alive in summer.
We did a day trip to the nearby gorgeous city of Bruges.
This is a cool city centred around a couple of big plazas, lots of canals and pretty photo
... of beers which was a treat and hard to decide which to try. Lachie settled on a cherry flavoured beer, which had a sweet and sour taste and I had Bruges Zot which they both tasted extremely different but nice in their own rights. We had one more drink there and then decided to go elsewhere. The rain was off and on so we were contemplating going home seeing there was a festival on and part of town was blocked off. We stumbled upon a little alley where there was ...
... in path by main road in the rain and a batty old french tourist cycles by! Marie from brittany the story teller, BIG RAIN. Terrible mood, thinking about going home, trundled on over international dyke while singing the belgium is **** song, into holland, gave up and paid lots of money for a ****** campsite. paid tenner for internet, such is the lonelyness. So fricking wet and cold, how will I ever dry ...
The plan for Saturday was that Kristi and Jane would head out to find Kristi a waffle ;-) and I would wait for them because I still wasn't feeling great and wanted to take my time in the morning. We planned to go to Ostende (the town on North Sea), and knew trains left often. I headed town to the hotel lobby, and met up with Kristi and Jane who had decided to just hit the train station Starbucks and look for waffles in Ostende instead. Their Starbucks looked ...
... came running at me and pointed angrily at a sign which said quite clearly "NO PICTURE TAKING". So much for the nuns peace. As we made our way back around the city, Sam asked me some questions about nuns. I told her what I know…nuns are women who commit their lives to G-d, or in this case Peace, and that they are so committed to their mission that they do not marry or have children. She then asked if the man we passed a ways back was a nun. "No," I said, "I just ...