Leonardo Hotel Brugge
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... and the corner of those canals that makes up so many of the postcards that you would see of Bruges. Bruges is a very picturesque place (see today's photos) and strolling through it as the sun is going down is really nice.
Tomorrow, we have a full day in Bruges and we are really looking forward to it! We're going to see the sites, take a canal tour, visit the chocolate shops, and enjoy the ambiance of this amazing place!
... entrance is quite modern with a nicely lit waiting area/line queue, a small gift area, and a few ticket sellers behind a glass enclosure.
However, once inside the staircase, the modern disappears and, as the movie portrays, you have before you a very narrow, spiral staircase - 366 steps worth. Those going up and those coming back down have to navigate the same set of stairs and there are areas (most of them) where it is ...
... was a narrow paved trail and was smooth.
The ride took about half an hour as expected, and I didn’t find it overly difficult although I started to get somewhat warmer during the ride. The bike path was beautiful as it followed a small canal for most of the route, complete with floating Lily Pads and Ducks. Part of the trip also passed gently swaying green and yellow fields of corn and at that part there was also the unmistakable smell of ...
... B&B and ask for recommendations on places to eat. Interesting that in Bruges (or Belgium I forget which) there are either bistros or restaurants. A bistro can serve pastas, croquet monsieurs etc, but can't serve fries. Weird definition there. We went to a pub/bistro down the corner from where we're staying and treated ourselves to some tapas. We ordered some kind of meatball thing, spring rolls and cheese expecting the same sized dish back home (like 3 meatballs, 2 spring rolls etc) ...
... and creepy stuff like that. We went into some beautiful old churches, there are a plethera of them in Ghent. The group split up because some people wanted to leave on the 4pm bus and we were planning on staying until 6pm. My group went for a canal tour around the town, which was ineteresting. It kind of seems like the whole town is about creepy old stuff. There was all this stuff pointed out about executions ...