Romantik Manoir Carpe Diem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of Belgium. It was an unexpected find, and one that certainly isn't advertised in any guidebooks that I searched through. Well, we've certainly covered Brugge in the past three days. There isn't anything we haven't at least seen, even if there's some things we chose NOT to do...like climb the 366 steps to the top of the Belfort bell tower. Hey, I got my steps in according to my FitBit, with a few thousand to ...
... use of stepped gables. Had a look inside a few Catholic churches and other historic buildings. Came across Michelangelo's Madonna and Child in the Church of Our Lady. There are many incredible marble statues. We lined up to get on a canal boat tour. The boat was filling up, MDW and myself were the last two on. We squeezed into the available two seats and blow me down if we weren't seated next to the couple from Adelaide who are staying at the same ...
... homemade) & chocolate syrup. Delicious. That should hold us until lunch. We headed back to the ship after discussing which way to go. Jan & I let for a while & ended up going through another cathedral. Finally, Wayne patiently convenced us to turn around & go the opposite way. We were not totally convenced that he was right until we saw the water and the ship. Yeah, Wayne. We chose not to go on the afternoon walking tour after lunch and opted to continue ...
I've headed an hour across Belgium to Bruges to meet my brother and his girlfriend. Bruge is the quintessential Belgium 'quaint' town. So much so that it's completely full of tourists and tourist shops and therefore pretty fake. But the historical core is still quite ...
Our packs ready to go, we walked to Amsterdam Central Station for the half day journey to Brugge, Belgium. Starting at 9am, we rode three trains, one so packed we stood for the whole hour. From Amsterdam to Rothenburg then Antwerp and finally Brugge. Our hotel is right at the train station in Brugge, only a mile away from Brugge Market Square, the heart of the city. We checked in, dropped off our bags, and headed to the bus center for a bus to the Market Square. For 10 euros ...