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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlympia Hotel Brugge
great hotel for our last stop on our europe tour.. freindly host.. bar open (only until 10.45) clean rooms.
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... other hand, looked at us with pitiful eyes to see if we would ignore the sign. We didn't.
Before we took a quick rest at the hotel, we decided to go from downscale (Cafe Vlissinghe) to upscale, Grand Hotel Casselburgh where the bar was highly recommended. It was beautifully decorated for Christmas and we had beverage and a nice visit with the bartender from Portugal, who convinced us to do a visit at some point ...
Today we went to sea park in blankenburge. It had a lot of animals like seals,otters,penguins,turtles and lots more. We watched a show where the seals did lots of cool and clever tricks with there trainer . After that we played mini golf. dad and mum drew, sammy came second and I came last. Last but not least we went to the shop and food court. I had a red ...
Thanks to one of Vicky's co-workers (thanks Todd!) we made a short stop in Brugge. We very much enjoyed the architecture of the buildings, which is much more baroque than what we have back home. We started off walking towards the Historic Center, passing the Oud St Jan, the main market and just enjoying all of the buildings and architecture as we passed by. We had some Frits for lunch and ...
... proved to be extremely easy. We dropped our bags at the Hotel des Nations St. Germain, and headed out to explore the neighborhood. In our wandering we came upon a poster for La Paris Beer Week (yes, that's exactly how it was written), which just so happened to be taking place while we were in town (we later found out that this was the very first beer week that Paris has ever hosted...what are the chances?). We came across a market on the Rue St. Germain, and kicked off our ...
... the movie. The openings are also covered in a wide mesh or grate (to prevent accidents (?)) and that was not the case in the movie.
Coming back down, we stopped longer at the carillon and watched it as it played on the hour. Glad we weren't up where the bells are. Funny thing - in this room, you can barely hear the bells chiming above you, even as they are controlled by the machine in front of you.
We made it ...