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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... because we've been to 3 countries in one day. Belgium was a lot like England because there was a lot of fields and farm houses. Brugge (where we are staying) is very beautiful and pretty also some of the architecture is very beautiful. What I like about Brugge is that there is old buildings and modern buildings. Our first hotel is called Adornes and ...
... br> The next day a few of us from the hostel went and climbed the 366 steps to the top of the belfry tower. While we were up there we timed it right so we watched the music box turn and heard the bells ring from inside the tower. The tower used to be taller, with the addition of a spire, however after a lightning strikes and a fire, they decided not to rebuild the spire for a 3rd time. We then went to the Church of Our Lady which ...
... and time because of work. Seeing Christmas decorations absolutely everywhere actually became normal so it was easy to sort of forget about it, and combined with having to not do any actual Christmas shopping or prepare for the day in any way it sort of became a background theme to the trip rather than an approaching event. I'm sure this will change and I'll become acutely aware of Christmas during the frantic hustle and bustle of London tomorrow. We had to say goodbye to ...
... in Aachen, Germany, we only had two days to enjoy Brugge. We stayed in a hostel called Lybeer- it specialized in craft beer and was perfect for Belgian beer enthusiasts. It was in the perfect location, just minutes away from the town square and within walking distance from everything.
Our first day was filled with exploration and sightseeing. Brugge is beautiful. Each and every building has unique and authentic architecture that makes walking down any ...
This is the third time I have tried to send this and hopefully it will not disappear in the twilight zone again. Today, we spent the entire day in Bruges which is considered one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe. It is a city of canals and cobblestone streets and is famous for chocolate, lace, beer and mussels. First we went on a boat tour ...