Le Relais Du Marquis
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Waking up at 7:30am, we quickly got ready and headed out the door to catch our guided bus tour which started in Ghent before heading to Bruges. The Flemish countryside was very beautiful as we approached Ghent, with a detailed historic account of the cities being provided on the bus. The first church (of many more to come) we saw was St. Bavo's Cathedral a massive gothic style church with famous paintings such as the Mystic Lamb. After ...
... started in Denmark and winded our way from the northern countries to the very south, Greece. The models are scaled to 1:25 from the real landmarks. My favourite was probably Big Ben and the parliament buildings from England. The sculptures were done with great detail. We left the park around 5 and found a place to get Belgium chocolate. We found a place were I could pick my own selection for 5€. They're very rich and tasty. We went to the strip with all ...
... made the shopkeeper pretty upset. He couldn't speak English very well and was just telling in what I assumed to be French with a crazy Belgian accent. Anyways, I ended up just tossing him a 5€ bill and leaving as soon as I could because it didn't seem like the greatest of situations haha! After the eventful day in Brussels, we then got back on to the bus and headed for ...
... way to the Delirium Cafe which is actually a bar with over 2000 different flavours of beer. We tried an apple beer which tasted like candy and then a blonde beer that had been brewed by monks. The monks, they know their stuff. With such a crazy past week we decided to head back to the hostel and let our anti-social sides shine. This 2 beer dinner in Belgium was our detox. Sleep is such a beautiful thing. Goodnight, world! BONTOBLOGGING: Everything tastes better in a ...
... So, Friday, February 28 was presaged long ago.
What I didn’t realize was how incredibly hard it was going to be. I know that I have a problem leaving places; it’s as if I can’t live happily somewhere unless it grows on me and becomes a part of me. The thing is, I didn’t even particularly like Bruxelles at the beginning, so I didn’t expect to have this sort of reaction. On Thursday, I went out for lunch with ...