Hotel Pantheon Palace
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... met back at the apartment to swap stories.
The following day we were preparing to leave and our train took us back to Brussels and we changed to the Eurostar back to St Pancras in London. We then said goodbye to Mike and Jen and changed to the tube to return to Heathrow. Our BA flight took us to Hong Kong for 2 nights before returning home.
What a wonderful experience and fabulous trip !!
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... to go to war thinking it was a great adventure. Blows my mind. There was one cemetery towards the end of the tour, that housed a grave for a boy called Valentine, who enlisted at 14 and died at 15, and is the youngest known with a grave. His is such a popular grave that they have put fake grass down leading to to his grave, and the crosses and flowers are replaced daily. On the way to one of the main stops of the day, we pulled into the driveway of ...
... there was a Bruge traffic jam which meant 3 cars had to wait til it was all cleared up.
We crossed the old drawbridge which was really cool and we continued on to another church which was free to enter so we entered. It was all gothicy looking and dark woody. It was quite an experience to be in there and see things like the baptismal font which dated back to about 1650 and paintings back to the 1700s. It also had some holy relics but the explanations were not in ...
Pulled into Bruges around midday just in time to catch the tail end of the Wednesday market in Markt Square for some fruit and a delicious lunch. Stayed in a basic guesthouse fairly central to town, amazing breakfasts every morning and with the steepest staircase perhaps ever. Lady from the hosting hotel was lovely and very helpful. Took a stroll around town, it was May Day so there were people everywhere out and about soaking up the sunshine. Belgium ...
... Belgian beers, especially Wit beers. I have never liked beer, but managed to get addicted to Cherry beer, or Kriek, which went down very well!
We passed through the markets, past Lover's lake, past the canals and past the shops. I managed to resist going into Zara, New Look and Kipling, I had never expected Brugge to be good for shopping! I did pick up some fused glass necklaces in a craft market, but was otherwise very restrained...well, unless you count ...