Romantik Hotel Auberge du Campveerse Toren
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... everywhere and was finally told that you get them in supermarkets. In a small shop I bought tulip napkins which were wrapped with red paper and lots of tape while we tried to stifle a chuckle!
Had a wonderful dinner at small dining area (Bar de Leopold) on ship this evening- very delicate and gourmet . ...
... 8211; just have to find out which restaurant she’s in – Ricardo wasn’t sure.
We finished dinner just in time to go the 8.30pm show in the Princess theatre – Fireworks on Four Strings. This was a violinist - also from Wales – he was amazing – he played classics and classical but with a difference and what skill and showmanship.
When the show finished we decided we were too and so headed up to our room and off to ...
... begin our walking tour. There is not much else. Our guide shows us a narrow medieval street, the backs of some secret gardens, a monastery and an attractive city hall with nice tapestries inside. The sun has broken through while were walking and we linger at a pretty flower market set up in the main square on our way back.
During our walk, our guide had told us about bulos, a Middleburg treat, that was brought to Holland in ...
... as it turns out, the name of the place is Oil & Vinegar. The plates were made for the shop!! Walked back to ship. Dinner was great. It was movie night, so they were passing out little bags of popcorn. We grabbed some bags and decided against the movie, The Great Gatsby. Ended up on the dance floor with Diane , Hilde , Linda and Judy. Lots of ...
... we could have done. Riding the bikes into the city and down the canals
and over the bridges was so exhilarating! It made you feel like you were
part of the city and belonged. It was nowhere near as tough on the feet J If
anyone ever visits Amsterdam, Bruges or another city where it is evident
everyone gets on a bike to get around….Do IT!
It was a fantastic ending to our visit of Bruges. And the lights
of the square Tom wanted see….well worth ...