Hotel Saint Sauveur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... It began with a cheese croquette with a tomato wedge, waterzooi
(chicken stew with potato slices on the bottom, topped with chicken, carrots,
celery, pea pods, squash, and green onions in a gravy, followed by vanilla ice
cream topped with melted Belgian chocolate and whipped cream. Mmmm! Another new experience!
After dinner we continued our strolling around until we were
pretty tired and thought we would call it a night.
... 712;bʁyːʒ], German: Brügge, [ˈbrʏɡə]) is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is located in the northwest of the country.
... enjoyed our road trip. It helped that the weather was on our side; it was warm and sunny every day apart from one afternoon in Bruges. We don’t know if we would have lasted in our tent if it was cold and rained a lot! Perhaps another reason why our road trip was good is due to the car; having a car gives you so much more freedom to explore. Who knows, perhaps in the next few years we will take the car further to Spain or ...
... a constant beacon for any lost wanderer. Quaint shops, cafes, and secret doorways adorn each street, whilst tourists and locals blend effortlessly together, sharing the marvels before them.
Having swiftly dealt with the small issue of someone sleeping in my bed, I dropped my bag and did what any lone traveller is entitled to do. I got lost. With the belfry acting as my watched guider, I submerged myself in to the tiny alleys that twist and turn as if ...
... be anti-war, but it turns into a call to avenge the death of one's countrymen. It was pretty amazing to be in the spot that inspired it.
Then we visited the local German cemetery. Unlike the British cemeteries with their white, upright headstones, the German cemetery had only flat markers and a large mass grave. It's not a pit, but instead a vault containing rows and rows of boxes buried eight across and three deep full of the remains of German soldiers. Some of the names ...