Sandton Grand Hotel Reylof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is a series of huge paintings with details of the sacrificial lamb. It is in the process of being restored so that it does not deteriorate further. The restoration is being done in phases – from now through 2017. At this time, several of the panels are out for restoration and the rest are on display at St. Bavo’s Cathedral in Ghent.
A speedy train brought us to Ghent from Brugge (in about 20 ...
... vegetable salad. It was so amazing! I ate too much bread, so couldn't eat all my salad though! (Yummy lunch tomorrow at least! Yay!) We had lots of drinks and amazing food over the night, and had a great chat and laugh together. Annaleen was really really nice too! We had a bit of a YouTube session, exchanging music, and dancing around very silly, which was very fun. After a while, we had to (very reluctantly) say goodnight to ...
... steep. The day warmed up and was beautifully sunny. We even took off our coats!
The other two families we were with are both Fulbrighters to Ghent. Les and Denise are the family we met through Leslie, and Craig and Janene are friends of theirs. Strangely, both Les and Craig work for the same university in the USA, but the didn't know one another until they were awarded the Fulbrights. Les and Denise have a son who ...
... double checked our ticket then checked the compass on my watch, sure enough we were heading south, the complete opposite direction. Technically we should have been in Brussels by now, instead we were just about in Bordeaux! Turns out Bruges is a small village in the Bordeaux region of France and in our hast in booking the tickets yesterday we assumed it was Bruges of Belgium! Embarrassed, grumpy and wishing we had missed the bloody train; we both got off ...
... a B&B on a farm with one room left! It was great fun as the family invited us to have dinner with them and the other guests and we had a great evening with delicious cheeses, sausages, apples flamed in calvados and a lovely chicken dish with fresh herbs.
The actual home and gardens of Monet were a bit disappointing - Mike wondered how Monet got anything painted with all the Japanese tourists running all over the place! The gardens were smaller than you'd expect ...