Royal Astor Hotel
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... decks worth of cars vans and lorries.
At this point a little rant about campsites. As you know we have stayed in a few over the last month and most have been very good, on a sliding scale. Any that were open started higher up for example. Heated shower blocks, unlimited electricity, and well equipped laundries help
However, we stayed in one at Ypres. Booked on the internet in very efficient style, we were greeted, not welcomed, by the big, fake blonde, too much ...
... something similar to Ted.
That night, Michels father, Daniel, and his girlfriend, Ghislaine, came over for dinner. We had nibbles and champagne, then entree of pâté fois with pickles and kiwi fruit and a rose wine, followed by pork with mushroom sauce, cooked endive, and potatoes with red wine, and lastly cheeses. All very nice and filling! Michel likes the Beatles, so he played that in the background for us.
The night finished at ...
... of the only people up there made it that much more special.
We enjoyed a Belgium waffle and decided to book a local beer tour for the evening. After the interesting tour which included a roof top view at night of the city we enjoyed a free beer that we loved so much we decided to try some more of the local talent. We had to drink slowly as the alcohol percentage is quite high in Beligum, the lowest we had all evening had to be 9%. A local pub, ...
... the area.
Next time here was a couple of Christmases ago when hubby and I came over on a bus to do the Christmas markets. We had a nice couple of markets, rain in Brussels and then just about 2 hours for Brugge where we arrived before the booths were open by about an hour. Luckily the horse and buggies were standing in the square so we took one of them and then had less than an hour to do the Christmas market. back to the bus and one couple was ...
... situated in its dunes, founded by King Leopold II in 1903. Today, it is the only links course in the country.Its most famous resident was Albert Einstein, who lived in the villa "Savoyarde" for six months in 1933 after leaving Nazi ...