Floris Karos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... It still has whipped cream and powdered sugar on it, but oh my goodness does it taste like heaven. Belgium is also known for waffles for a reason! Once we finally found city centre (it wasn't actually hard to find, we just kept getting sidetracked), we decided to go into something called the Historium. It's a very clever way of teaching you about the history of Bruges by utilizing all 5 senses and sending you back in time through a day in the life of a boy, Jacob, who was ...
... why I had not thought about doing this earlier but this time, I had even looked on Trip Advisor for any comments on the hotel. One very useful comment was that at the roundabout close to the hotel, there was indeed a sign to the hotel but it was so small you needed binoculars.
Forewarned and armed with all our Google map images and directions, we were able to find the hotel with not much difficulty. Hurrah! The sign at the ...
... I had the luxury of two baths a day - yippee. It was wonderful lying in the warm bath looking through the skylight at the gauze like clouds scrolling along giving way to blue patches framing the weathered brick chimney. Like the clouds drifting, my mind happily started to wander and think about the history of the house and area and imagine what life must have been like in the busy medieval city of Bruges. I love the style of these houses with ...
So the last blog I left you at Czech republic, slightly down from the drizzly weather that forced us to stay another day in a beautiful city against our will. Well as it turned out, that day off in rainy Czesky Krumlov was one of the best days we had on the trip.
The weather soon got better and we had an explore. We took a city guide from our hostel and really got to know the place better. We spent the day lazily exploring, walking through the beautiful architecture ...
... cemeteries are up kept. There are plants and flowers alongside every headstone with not a weed in sight and the lawns are beautifully trimmed. Our first cemetery was Tyne Cot Cemetery, close to Passchendaale, the biggest cemetery with many New Zealanders amongst other allied soldiers. The vast majority of the headstones do not have names but are labelled "Known only to God", and at the rear of this cemetery we saw a large wall with ...