- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rail planner app, causing significant confusion. This whole region is like that; a giant mix of languages. Each country has their own language usually (french speak french, germans speak german, dutch speak dutch), but belgium is split into two: the southern half speaks french (and they're very particular about it, just like the french), but the northern half speaks flemish, which is a slight variant of dutch. Even though flemish is just a dialect of dutch, ...
... to the hotel to freshen up for dinner. We left our hotel at 6.00 pm and headed straight for the place we ate last night, because the quality of food and was reasonably priced, a little cheaper than Perth. It was then back to the hotel for a couple of drinks and plan the next day and also the next train trip to Amsterdam.
Day three started off uneventful it was decided to catch one of the canal boats so off ...
... was a good meal with good service. We walked round the outside of the ship watching the sunset. We went to the cabaret show in the Princess theatre at 10.30 which was a man playing the violin with a backing band. It was surprisingly good. He had a sparkly violin which was only half a violin! Lynn and Lucy enjoyed the show. We are looking forward to the sea day tomorrow so we can explore the ship. we also have the meet and greet with the cruisecritic forum ...
... if they have never seen or heard of cars and walk all over the place at a slow saunter.. So taking a taxi from the train station takes a very long time and a lot of Euros to get to our hotel, in the center of the city. We check in and still have enough time to get out and walk around on our first day. we've decided to go out with just the walking map from the hotel, we get to the square, and can't quite figure out which way to go so back to the hotel ...
... undivided India, South Africa and those from the United Kingdom who died before 16 August 1917. The next largest Memorial is nearby, the Tyne Cot Memorial, which has a further 35,000 names from the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Most of these soldiers died in the Passchendaele offensive.
Each evening, at 8.00pm, a Bugle Service of the Last Post is played at Menin Gate. Locals and visitors alike gather here each night ...
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