The Tudor Hotel
Travel Blogs from Knokke-Zoute
... the city centre, or don’t. He didn’t, and before long we were in horrible traffic and soon after that a very busy dirty tunnel. It was too much for Nikki and she almost had a seizure, we took the next available exit or ‘aushfart’ if you have been paying attention. I felt bad for Snoop, he was just doing the best he could with the tools that he had, and he was on the receiving end of ...
... to the wind rather than movement from plate to mouth! The prospect of walking 1 hour into town in the rain and wind did not quicken our hearts with joy especially having just one poncho between us! We strained to hear the announcement above the wind and rain, but finally, after the Italian, Spanish, German and French came the English, "It rains outside, you maybe need ze jacket, no!". Good advice and worth the wait, but ...
... I thought i was going to explode! I couldn't get the words out....I had to just try something like...."in there....tell Aussie...there....midgets.....they are filming midgets!". Actually, my brain was saying those words but my words we not working.
I just pointed join to the next rooms and she took a photo, just for proof.*******************
Don't judge me ok.....I told y not to read it! Now you will have tom see the movie just so it makes sense!
... unknown. On the wall at the back of the cemetery are the names of 35,000 soldiers who have no known grave and died from August 1917 to the end of the war - a continuation of the names inscribed on the Menin Gate. We then visited the Menin Gate with the names of 54,896 missing soldiers on its walls including a Canadian, Captain W.O. de Irwin?
The Last Post is sounded here every evening at 8pm.
The tour then took us to the 'In Flanders Fields Museum'. This is not a ...
... that nuns are women." "Well do they ask for money too?" "WHAT?" I said. "What are you talking about?" "The man back there, asking for money in a hat, was he a nun?" WHAT???!!!!" Long story, long. Sam, understandably, assumed 'NUN' was 'NONE', and that if people have nothing and are asking for money, they must be NONES. I like it.
Anyhoo, we loved Brugge, and we loved Hotel Coreandier. If we ever return, we know where to stay, and where to get chocolate and waffles.
Other places to stay in Knokke-Zoute
Van Bunnenlaan 12, Knokke-Zoute | Hotelfrom $148