Leonardo Hotel Brugge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Woke up and walked to pick up our breakfast from the grocery store; returning to the hostel to eat. After breakfast, we headed back out to continue our walk along the river that we had started the day before, but diverted to walk along the canal. From there, we wandered into the city center to check out their market which turned out to be largely like a farmer's market in the states. Afterward, we headed back to the hostel to do some bookings which took a couple ...
... Europe. We even got to see the inner workings of the clock, the bells, and the gigantic music box (can't remember the real name). From there we walked around town and saw the Basilica of the Holy Blood, where we saw (what is believed to be) a few drops of the coagulated blood of Jesus Christ! We also saw the City Hall, a Beginjhof, Notre-Dame (Brugge version), and Halve Maan Brewery. Of course, we saw a ton of other beautiful streets, ...
... up front called Frisbee. When his owner stopped to feed the horse and get shovels etc for the clean up which they do mid-ride, little Frisbee sat anxiously on the carriage looking out for her. I wanted to take Frisbee home.
But we all know about my last dog episode so that won't be happening. I will put shots of Frisbee up on facebook later. As well as the markets.
Dinner tonight was at a great restaurant called Cambiris ...
... having next to no grease on them, they tasted very ordinary! That did not deter us from finding an awesome chocolatier though! We found one next to canal, and only got one each to eat right then and there, but boy were they amazing! Rich, and creamy, these could've been the best choclates we've ever had! Well, Ghent was awesome, but we still had one more stop left in our Beligum itinerary, so we hopped back in ...
... on the edge of the square. I had rabbit and Christine had something called chicken waterzooi. both were delicious.
We then trotted across the square to check out the bell tower. but alas it closes at 5:00 and it was 5min to, so we walked around and found a canel tour. We cramed onto this little boat and had a guided tour through the entire canel system, which isn't that big, it took about 45 mins. It ...