Leonardo Hotel Brugge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Bruges was a cruisy 3hr drive from Champagne and the boys happily ticked off Belgium as a new country visit in their diaries. Bruges is an incredibly well preserved medieval city surrounded by canals and fortified by walls with the centre of town still cobblestoned and not very car friendly. We arrived mid-Saturday afternoon and were shocked by how busy it was. We had to navigate our way through the bikes, pedestrians and one way streets and eventually ...
... of cigarettes. I suppose the few steps down to the lower level of the train were too much exertion for one night. Or maybe he received a lung transplant from a very small human – maybe a child he ate? Regardless he cares not for his new lungs – he lit up as soon as he got off the train. Or maybe we’re just really tired, and sick of the journey for tonight.
Again, photos tomorrow night (Australian tomorrow morning) due to the late ...
... of cheese and ham. And finally he comes around with a place with a huge chunk of what is a local cheese from Bruges and freshly cuts us each a slice. Aparantly this is a standard breakfast in Belgium as they don't do lunch. Everything was delicious espectially the croissant with custard which we both agreed was one of the best things we have ever eaten (well until I felt sick later in the day).
After breaky we rolled out of the B&B and walked into ...
... t drink if pregnant warning" but are covered in "don't you dare think about drinking this beer out of the bottle," and some even insist on the shape of the glass you should pour the beer in, god forbid the improper Carbon Dioxide exchange should take place. so ordering 3 beers in a pub will be accompanied by three specific different goblets with the beers name you ordered . These pubs ...
... war graves at Tyne Cot and Polygon Wood. We also saw many other war cemeteries from the bus along the way. We stopped at Hill 60 (Battle of Messines) and saw the craters and bunkers that have been left intact since the battles. We had lunch at Hooge Crater after visiting the impressive museum there. We also stopped at two Memorials to Australian soldiers. One was to the tunnel diggers at Hill 60 ...