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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... enough to see on its own. Of course I was interested in the medical history, so next we went to see the old hospital museum. This hospital was used right up until the 1970's. Although the religious artwork was interesting, it was disappointing as it had very little medical information. We still had cheese from the Amsterdam markets, so for lunch we just bought some more fresh bread and ...
... The gallery boasts a selection of famous flemish artists dating back to the middle ages...You know those flemish artists right? If you don't know the famous flemish artists, let me tell you what they're about....Boobs! Yep thats right, they're all about the boob, even the Virgin Mary had her knockers out. Ok she was supposedly feeding the Christ child, but really, she's the virgin mother, is that really necessary! Oh and gore, they love the gory stuff. Seriously these guys ...
... church towers, and small boats guiding people through the waterways. This my friends, is what my first impression was of the wonderful town of Brugge, Belgium.
The morning before our arrival in Brugge, the 14 Clemson students and I took the train from Paris to Brussels with our European Business Culture professor. After a quick 80 minute train ride, we walked to the European Commission (the governing body of the EU) and participated in a lecture ...
... and saw the canals and old buildings till we discovered we were walking in the wrong direction and headed into the centre. After what felt like days to us we finally arrived into the centre of the Main Square of Brugge, and talk about Big and crowded we were nearly run over by a car and then a bike and to add insult to injury nearly pooped on by a horse and carriage as it went whistling past, they don't honk neigh or let you know they are coming they rely on you to get out ...
... The journey there was uneventful. We found the platform from which the train for Paris was to depart (Platform 6) and, a little before the due time, took ourselves there. Ten minutes before the train was due a message came over the PA system that there had been a change in platform and our train was now departing from Platform 3. We hotfooted it to that platform, made it to our carriage, convinced the ...