Hotel du Congres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... back to Brussels for the evening.
Overall Bruges was a success and I was glad to be able to experience everything it had to offer. Oh and it's apparently famous for some movie or something, 'In Bruges'? You may have seen it, Nastya loves Collin Farrell.
... I had to queue 25mins whilst all others you got on straight away. There was a good selection of rides for all ages but they are very strict on the height policy. Great separate area for kids with rides. It took me 3-4 hours to walk it through. I recommend to get there early as it will take you all day ...
... into a fountain, in fact some people have replicas in their gardens or as pool decorations. The story of its origin is fairly uncertain but one thing is for certain, it was originally placed at this part of the city in the mid early 1600’s and it has been stolen and replaced several times throughout its life, mostly by college students every few decades or so. When we saw the statue we noticed that it was dressed in a little ...
... a place for some beer and fries. We sat at a pub in the square, ordered some local beer and fries, which we had to get a sausage with for some reason, but we didn't care because it was so beautiful there. The moon had just come out over the cathedral just to add to the ambiance. There was a guy sitting alone at another table who seemed to be saying creepy things in a different language, which was annoying. It was only later we realized he wasn't talking to us or to anyone we ...
... only do they join us for a very Belgian, very delicious lunch of oysters and sole at Brasseries Georges but we are able to take advantage of the taxi they had waiting and split the cost of the taxi ride back to the city. Back at the Hotel Amigo, we walk over to the Grand Place (conveniently located next door) to look around and reminisce, to revisit the Manneken Pis, still 'going strong', and to see if the Galeries ...