Floris Karos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... one of his ministers in front of him. A little while later the people of Bruges wanted to build a fools house (psych hosptial) but to do this they required permission from Maximilian. So they decided to through a big party with lots of beer to convince him to allow this building. When they asked Maximilian he relied (something along these lines), “Just close the city gates. Bruges is one big fools’ house!”. This ...
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After the tour, I went to a bar that had beer on tap with samples that could be bought. I know one was strawberry, but I'm not sure what the other ones were. They were all very good!
... this combined made me entertain for a fleeting second the thought that I could quite easily ditch my tour group, miss the ferry back to London, and just stay there forever. But now I'm sitting on the ferry and the cliffs of Dover are fast approaching, still distinctively white through the ****** grey weather and very early approach of the evening. I didn't want to leave you again. If there were some statue or monument such as those in Florence and Verona and Prague that with ...
... always seems to be “oh you must be used to the cold, isn’t there a lot of snow there?” At least no one has asked if we live in igloos… After we had warmed up a bit we finished off our walking tour and then returned to the centre of town.
We popped in to a shop that was selling mostly kitchen stuff for a browse. It was an amazing shop with all sorts of nice kitchen stuff and lots of smaller items which would be so much fun to fill a ...
... cafe on site. Would only recommend a visit, though, if you got the two ticket deal with Choco-story, and you had a bit of extra time on your hands.
We did go to two of the more traditional sort of museum, neither of which were particularly memorable!
Our favourite place in Bruges was, perhaps unsurprisingly, a bar. De Garre used to be one of those places known only to locals and passed down from ...