The Times Hotel
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I took in a free walking tour at 10:30 this morning. Many of the major tourists cities have free tours. These are typically walking tours of a small area around sights that are close to one another. They are usually in the oldest part of a city because that’s where most of the historical events have occurred. They are normally 3 hours in length and some up to 4 hours. Almost all include no entry ...
... buckets, frying pans, pots, iron pipes or scrap metal… it was super cool and sounded super awesome, that guy could tell amazing stories with it.
As where Gine had Dutch pancakes (panekoeken) – Paul was more Canadian with his cheeseburger (really!). And we had some yummy (not too cheap) desert including the Belgian ...
... tour guide and she is not afraid to be herself.
I would never wear what she wears-especially on a bicycle but it works for her. She reminds me of a drag queen in some sense-not trying to be insulting-just trying to paint the picture. :)
We go off on the bicycle tour and I am bit wobbly at first. I don't believe I would have been half so wobbly if the guy hadn't freaked me out. His personality and the way he deals with things clashes completely with my ...
... the way. We visited a chocolate shop where we got to taste a chocolate truffle with whiskey. It was delicious! Next we visited a lace shop where the lady demonstrated the art of lace making. I was fascinated, not to be surprised with the background of mine. The last organised part of this tour was a canal tour. They call Brugge the Venice of the North. We were packed into a diesel run boat, about ...
... to find where they parked. Often we were told after 20 minutes some just take which bike they can. Very high bike pilferage rate. Also we now see there are white squares painted on the side walks that designate legal parking spots. If the bike is not completely in that square you are subject to being towed. Most bikes it appears to me are illegally parked. We visited the Van Gogh museum, went cheese and wine tasting, have ridden ...