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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cars and trucks, vans and bicycles speeding through the narrow streets, I am walking in history, transported to the long ago past.
Known as Brugge here, Bruges was built originally as a fortress in the ninth century, with the intention of warding off marauding Vikings, but now it is one of Europe's best preserved medieval cities. We entered Bruges through one of its gates. In the 19th century ...
... is Sighs. it is called this because the prisoners were walked from one side to the other to go to court to be sentenced, therefore sighing as they went. After our guided tour we walked back through one of the shopping roads to the hotel. We stopped in the chocolate shops, just to look of course, haha, then into a jewellers, where my card wouldn't work (it's OK I used my debit card). The shops are very expensive, upmarket and lots of brand names. I think it must be expensive to live ...
... to the wind rather than movement from plate to mouth! The prospect of walking 1 hour into town in the rain and wind did not quicken our hearts with joy especially having just one poncho between us! We strained to hear the announcement above the wind and rain, but finally, after the Italian, Spanish, German and French came the English, "It rains outside, you maybe need ze jacket, no!". Good advice and worth the wait, but ...
... different Belgian beers wurst their glasses to go with them. All the glasses have A different shapes in order to bring out the best flavour of the beer, apparently. So when you drink a Belgium beer, you must drink it from its glass, otherwise it's like blasphemy. I world strongly suggest not to bother with Venice, it's busy and over-priced and the people are not so friendly. Definitely go to Brugge, and as I would learn the next day, also visit Ghent. That evening I met one ...
... in a
underground parking lot, I ask him if I have to get out here he is
like no no, I am going out. Then he let me out in the very center of
Brugge and left. I was just standing by a cafe and going online, he
comes back and asks – do you want to eat or drink something. No
thanks :D His English was not too good, so we did not communicate too
much. But as of now I think I should have asked him WHY did he came
back to pick ...