- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We woke up this morning and grabbed a train to Brugge- with our student tickets it only cost us about 20euro return (can't quite remember). We had our packed lunch so we had that on the train with us. Brugge was very pretty- I would have much fathered stay here than Antwerp (Antwerp was nice but just a plain clean city). The buildings were just gorgeous! All zig zag shaped roofs and the little cafés ...
As our train left relatively early in the evening, we decided to treat ourselves to dinner on-board in the restaurant car. I’ve never eaten a meal on a train like this (usually it’s fast food on the last train home after a night on the beverages), but it was really enjoyable. The only downside was the slightly dusty windows that prevented us from truly soaking up the last of the sun’s rays as we travelled through ...
... scratch than eat anything from a can. Such a delight.
Jaey and Djuna had planned to take me to Knokke which is referred to as sea side since it is infact sea side. This town was really cute, a bit less character than Brugge, well a lot less because the town is where all the wealthy people in Belgium live. It has all the really expensive stores like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes ...
... at the next stop, went back to Gent, and got on the right train, which was 20 minutes late. Once I got into Knokke (finally), called Lynn with a payphone and she came and picked me up, featuring a detour over to the beach, where for the first time, I laid eyes on the Atlantic Ocean. Hooray!
Knokke (as I’ve been told) is a very rich place in Belgium, very nice place. We (me, Joke, Joke’s boyfriend ...
... as well as a very gruesome guillotine. It also used to house nobles and had a room that looked into the attached Church of our Lady so the pretty people did not have to mingle with the general populace to attend mass. Church of our Lady was next where we saw the only Michaelangelo statue to ever make it out of Italy. It was bought by a wealthy businessman who is buried beneath it. This church also houses the tombs and markers of Charles the ...