Hotel Pantheon Palace
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- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we’ve got some kind of time frame
for the morning.
Our next plan was to head back towards our hotel. We made a few more stops. Breaking away from the beer scene even though
we are in Belgium we passed a Chi Chi’s where we stopped to have a margarita,
my choice this time. Now realizing what time it was we decided to locate a
dinner spot. ‘t Vagevuur was our choice, another good one. We each had the same thing again with ...
... cafe spoke 9 languages.
I can't even imagine that! So inspiring! Need to try a little harder I think.
Brugge Bruges (/ˈbruːʒ/ in English; Dutch: Brugge, [ˈbrʏɣ̟ə], ...
... campsite we packed up our tent for the last time and headed back towards France and to the port of Calais. This car journey only took about an hour. Soon we would be boarding a ferry to take us back to England; however we had researched that Calais has a large Carrefour supermarket, so we made sure to take advantage of the lower tax on alcohol and stocked the car up with a trolley load for consumption over the next year.
... squalid housing, deteriorated beyond apparent repair, and it was sometime before the flat Belgian farmland appeared. There are many beautiful train journeys in Europe. Brussels to Bruges is not one of them.
I arrived in Bruges with much anticipation. My hostel was 3km from the station, so map in hand, I followed my pre-planned dotted line through the cobbled lanes and narrow canals in to its heart. Bruges is beautiful. The belfry juts high in to the ...
... and consolidated the remains into three or four larger cemeteries. All of the cemeteries, British and German, were once battlefields. Soldiers from both sides were buried more or less where they died.
We first stopped at a cemetery that commemorates John McRae, the army surgeon who wrote the famous poem "In Flanders Fields" after the death of a friend. It's a beautiful poem that gave rise to the wearing of poppies as a way to remember war dead. It sounds at first like ...