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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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You guys. You guys! You know how sometimes a place is known for something. Like, for example, how Belgium is known for chocolate? Well. It's for good reason. Holy hand made dark chocolates, Batman! We have spent the last two days in Belgium in a small city called Bruges. Sometimes spelled Brugge, and occasionally, though not often, spelled Brugse. It is a historic medieval town that apparently looks almost identical to when it was first built. We decided ...
... for the drinks as he undid his shorts button and fished out the fanny pack. Everybody averted their eyes and you could hear all the "Whoa! hey, hey, wait...wha....." This was NOT the first time he had done this but it was the first time, I had witnesses who reacted so strongly. I explained to them that at other times, he had caused other waiters/waitresses to avert their eyes in extreme discomfort. Even the next day, the first thing the waiter ...
... There are a few lovely old churches which we have not had the time for a good look, one of them having the only religious Michael Angelo statue outside of Italy, and another a supposed vial of Jesus blood, although I personally don't believe such a relic is genuine.
We had a slightly late start as we took the time to catch up on some housekeeping and booked ourselves into a 'splurge' hotel for the other two nights here. It was nearly ...
... 99 years old), saw about 100 swans (they're everywhere!), walked down countless streets, listened to the bells chime every hour, dodged horse poopie (from the carriages), had a few beers, visited a beer hall, saw museums, perused tons of shops, saw amazing sites, had the famous fries and mayonnaise, and topped it off with a genuine fondue dinner---whoa, it was good! After dinner we took a walk down the canal and headed back to our place for a hot cocoa with Bailey's and some ...
... looked down on. It seemed they made their money by travelling around and playing or busking for money. The atmosphere in the pub was electric and it was some of the best live music I've heard in such a great setting. Hopefully I'll upload a video so you can hear it too :)
The next morning was a ride to Kalte Kuchl, our starting point in the Alps. It was a beautiful ride out of Czech and into Austria, stopping along the way in a Gasthof (guesthouse/pub type thing) for ...