Hotel Martin's Relais
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... short period of time it makes it a bit hard.
We were ready for breakfast in the dining room, which is decorated with a very eclectic array of art. Already enjoying the croissants, cheese, meats and yogurt were two couples from France. Only one spoke English, but we had an animated chat regarding Americans eating turkey for Thanksgiving and the French eating goose for Christmas.
We were still ...
... tour guide through warm, doughy-smelling brewing rooms, up onto the roof for a panoramic view of the town, and maneuver backwards down narrow staircases to the fermentation and storage areas.
Along the way, the guide tells us with a proud smile that Belgium is now overtaking Germany in beer making prowess: the German "purity" law means that no other ingredients ...
After another hour + journey from Antwerp, we were on the outskirts of Brugge. Smaller city, of only about 200 000 people. We drove into the old section of town, parked the car and began exploring this ancient looking city. Walking around you just had this feeling of being like on a movie set or something, as everything was all perfectly painted, and clean as a whistle. It's almost impossible to not stop at stare at the unique ...
... was its lush vegetation—Brugge has lovely parks everywhere, very much in the English garden style and I took full advantage of it. In fact, my favorite pastime in Atlanta was going to the park with a nice cold beverage, throwing the Frisbee or playing me some bocce, and of course, napping for hours. I am sure most of you have at one time or another done these activities with me at Piedmont Park.
So, upon our arrival into town, David and ...
... We were mobbed. So, we had to retreat back to our B&B, which was very nice, take a nap, and wait for the evening to provide some sort of sanctuary from all the locals coming in for the day. As evening arrived, peace filled the city, and the buildings, which were lit up beautifully, provided a great backdrop for a 'charming' evening of strolling through ...