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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... People lay poppies at the feet of cemetery markers. The countries who fought here, the Belgians, British, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, and who lost so many men build monuments and place tombstones, inscribing names on them if they are known, or simply saying "An unknown soldier," or "Known only to God." Yesterday we visited the Trench of Death, walking through sandbags and cement built up to protect ...
... and I'm sure everyone will tell you this but it's one of the cutest places we visited.
Maybe I'm just feeling lazy today but I'm going to pretend that this short post is intentional. We didn't do or see much here. We enjoyed the town by sitting in the sun (don't expect good weather, we're from England so anything that isn't rainfall is sunshine) beside the canals. Yes there are things to see and do but we found that the best way to experience it (on a budget ...
... you. Happy hearts and full tummies keep you asleep all night. Even if you start sleeping at 8:30pm.
On our final day in Bruges, we visited the Sint-Salvatorskathedraal which houses one of the more beautiful marble organs I have ever seen. I could have sat and looked at it forever and only wish I had the chance to hear it.
And of course, no trip to Belgium is complete without seeing some windmills. Anna and I had ...
... and restored for present day enjoyment.
In the morning, our guide Hildrun took us on a walking tour through the region SW of our hotel. Six of us braved the segways for a tour of a different sort on wheels - it was a blast! Then after lunch, Hildrun offered a second walking tour with stops at the Chocolate Museum and a
Great way to spend a day in ...
... and then rome (with one of them) so my travelpod isn't over yet (i don't get home until 15 November)
so far i have travelled just over 23,000 kilometres (14,300 miles) according to travelpod, and it has consisted of 4 planes, 4 ferries, 13 trains (including 3 overnighters), and ONE balloon flight
i'm kind of sad it's over...but on the other hand I GET TO SEE MY GIRLFRIENDS...woooohhhhhooooooooooooooo ooooo ...