Hotel Ter Streep
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... we stayed quite a while, chatting with that couple and Lizzie. We learned that we could take a bus back to the train station rather than walk the torturous cobblestones again, so with Lizzie's instructions we set out to get to the bus pick up point.
But, first we had to find the best chocolate store in Bruges, The Chocolate Line. I had read about it in Rick Steves travel book, and ...
Hadn't intended going to Bruges today - actually thought we would spend a night in Gent. However, drove in, weather was awful, heaps of tourists and we just didn't get a good feel for the place so drove on to Bruges which was only about another 40 mins. We will never know what we missed! However arrived in Bruges and loved it immediately even ...
... also full of stores; clothing, shoes, kitchen gadgets, you name it they've got it. And it's high end version as well. And it is packed with tourists, which can make moving around tough, but it's just so damn cute you can't even be upset about it. And if you are, just sit down and have a beer. There is a cafe/pub every two feet with lovely umbrella'd tables. Or have a waffle. They are amazing here. Crispy AND chewy, delicious. We spent a lot of time having a beer ...
... tour for 39 Euros. The guide could speak about 4 languages and we soon found that this was pretty normal for people in the area (Belgium speaks French, German, Flemish and obligatory English). By this stage a thirst was growing and dominating my thoughts. Beer. It's all I could think about. We found the famous Camerinus. With oved 400 beers and amazing food to be had, it was the ...
... than practising a few hard stares at children who ventured into our path we emerged unscathed. In the distance we saw what lloked like a Belgium version of stone henge albeit a rather bright orange. Wandering through it it was more like a giant's collection of discarded cans but it was interesting. In the town centre we watching boats go through locks and bridges raise and lower as they passed. It was all very relaxing and ...