Hotel 't Sandt
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A little cloudy but nothing to worry about with the threat of rain. Last night was warm and humid. Today we went to the beautiful cathedral in the historic centre, it is a shame there are shops and cafes on the walls of this church as it obscures the delicate buttress that you just catch glimpse, between the rooftops. The church which is hundreds of years old has the most amazing religious art by Flemish painters ...
... of ale glass in its wooden holder. Isi bought some Duval which is one of her favourites and then on our way back to ST she bought even more in the supermarket to try but they are sooooooo gooooood.
Back on ST we sat outside with a beer and watched the world going by. John cooked again chicken and salad. That night we had lot of research to do, winter storage, Broads, Holiday and catch up with typing blog, newsletter and naming photos before ...
... the right carriage, load my suitcase and myself onto the train and finally, plunk down into my seat. Whew! All that by 0630 this morning! First breakfast on the Eurostar, but I’ll be ready for second breakfast in Brussels.
Same day, many hours later, in Bruges:
I arrived in Brussels as scheduled, and figured out how to get myself from the South Station (where the Eurostar stops) to the Central Station (where the sights are), found ...
... drop. Of course if that’s what you wanted to do it was still an option! We started out at the first pub and we had it explained to us the four main types of abbey beers found in Belgium. An abbey beer is one that has a church attached to it. Ok so the four types are as follows;
1) Abbey attached to the brewery, but the church was only built so it could be called an abbey beer. An example is Leffe.
2) Abbey attached to the brewery, but the abbey ...
... on these roads before. Driving in the mainland is an experience for me in its own. I, like any other Indian living in the UK have driven on the left side of the road all my life. Driving on the right side of the road was as scary as it was exciting. My previous experience of driving In the mainland helped me a lot. I got used to driving on the other side of the road in no time. Drive to Antwerp took ...