Ibis Brugge Centrum
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Nothing special, but perfect for being on a budget!
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... They must have had their fill of fast food as we saw 7 of them at the soup bar we went to yesterday. We went back later and had soup and panini again, then off to the conservatorium for a rehearsal with the conductor from the Brugge choir, in preparation for our joint concert tomorrow night.
Walked back to the hostel for tea (soup and lasagne... we're having more pasta than we did in Italy last year!), then a free night before a busy day tomorrow visiting Flanders Fields.
... tourists. The 1.10hr flight was ok in an airbus, but no where as roomy or well fitted as the Air Berlin one, of course no drinks etc unless you bought them.
Brussells airport is flash and huge, I think we walked around 15 minutes or over 1km to get our baggage. Whilst we were waiting we heard yowling as a dog in a pet pack went round telling their daddy or mummy off for not hurrying up! LOL. The airport has an underground train ...
... is a stunning place to visit with a lot of medieval charm. The sound of horses and carts pulling tourists down the cobbled streets adds to the old-world atmosphere. If you can ignore the hordes of tourist shops, there really is a great deal to see. We went on a free walking tour for about 3 hours and learnt so much about the city, the buildings and the best spots for eating and drinking it really opened our eyes to what a unique place it is!
It was a nice wind down to ...
... different museums... the first was the Hospital Museum. It was pretty cool to wander around and learn about the nuns who ran it. There was even an old pharmacy! After that we went to the Chocolate Museum. Mmm. Chocolate. They covered the history of chocolate... all the way back to the Aztecs. They drank it in a way that doesn't at all resemble how we eat it today. It was more like a frothy clear hot drink made from the beans... I don't ...
... it made it very exiting for us both.
When we walked through the big rotating doors we were immediately excited although we felt a little out of place. Two scruffy looking kids wearing the same rags for the past 5 months, each with a massive backpack bearing flags from around the world. The suited men at the desk would have been happy for the change of clientele.
The room was stunning, and huge! It had a massive bed with perfectly white linen. We jumped on the bed and ...