Romantik Manoir Carpe Diem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... more nice Belgium beer. Tonight I had one that was peach and it was so nice.
After our beers we went for a walk to look at the windmills and check out the castle gates. Along the waterfront there was this massive boat, seems like someone lives in it, it has a kitchen and courtyard and can only imagine what underneath looks like. It was very impressive.
We then walked back to the hostel and retired to our room. We are off to Amsterdam ...
... gone, however, it soon starts again and instead of rain it is now snow, so we go into an Irish pub to get a hot drink before walking slowly back to the train station to go back to Ghent as we still have some more lights to see.
It turns out that Saturday seems to be the day to visit the festival and not only are the streets absolutely crowded, also the restaurants are bursting with guests and unless you have a ...
... Belgium I was hoping this would be a good day for Dan’s dream of visiting the most famous Belgian beer bar in Brughes.
"This alley!" Dan called looking down at the map. Stepping carefully on the uneven cobbled streets I hurried to catch up and follow him down the tiny dark alley. It didn’t look promising. Dan stopped and turned around pointing above his head at the sign, 'Beertje’ This was the ...
... and got talking with a lovely young couple. We had a beer outside at a bar in the first sunshine of the day and had a great time discussing our various travel experiences. I really didn't want to leave, it was a lovely spot and I think wandering about in the evening would have been great with the historic buildings lit up - I regret not booking accommodation here. Matt and Megan offered me their couch for the night but I reluctantly declined. ...
... were visiting the chocolate shop where praline was invented, and taking a bar tour of some of the craft beer bars in Belgium. The tour was great. We started with a bar where we heard the history of Trappist beers. For those who don’t know, Trappist beers are made by one of 8 certified trappist monk breweries in the world, 6 of which are in Belgium. Monks started brewing beer to drink themselves (as a low alcohol "table" beer) then realised ...