- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... warm. There will be more big thunderstorms tonight. It was so great to zip along the narrow streets (altho I could have done without the cobbles) instead of slogging on foot. We rode thru the main square and Burg Square, stopping to listen to the wonderful carillon playing in the Bell Tower. We continued thru town to the main canal that rings the city, where I was surprised to see a tanker-boat coming, passing under the lift bridge. ...
... we finally got here, we didn't feel like leaving, so we relaxed instead. We've just come back to our room from dinner, and it was really quite amazing. That's not entirely true - dinner was nothing to write home about. Dessert on the other hand...that's the whole point of this blog. I had a Belgian Chocolate Mousse and a cappuccino, and they were some of the best things I've had yet on this entire trip. Holy cow. The mousse ...
... busier and try to find another place to sit. But of course, by the time we did, we had to get off at our stop.
We arrived in Paris on a beautiful day where we sat in the station and revelled in the reality that we had arrived in the famous capital of France and discussed our next moves from there. Lauren and Claire were going to catch a train to meet up with their cousin Johanna in Switzerland for a few nights and the rest of the family was going into the ...
... by the canal. We were told that the population swells to nearly 100 000 in the summer months. We were told by Pieter that crime is almost non existent in Bruge except for bicycle theft! We saw evidence of this when we found one wheel chained to a pole.The rest of the bike had gone! We felt very safe walking around later in the evening and in fact Bruge is prettiest at ...
... br> Belgian beer, I found out first hand, is STUPID STRONG. Delicious mind you. But it goes straight to your head. Chris and I found a tavern up the street from our room serving 400 different kinds of Belgian Beer. And the stuff doesn't come in pints. In comes in tinier glasses. But it can sit at something like 8%. So two in, we met a couple of Canadians who also live in the UK. Bought another beer. Became friends.
We spent most of our ...