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- Pets allowed
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One thing that is interesting about Europe is the time of day that people eat. For example, we had a dinner reservation last night at 9:10 and finished eating close to 1130. I can count on one hand the number of times I've been awake at 1130 in the last month before this trip. Here we finish dinner at that time. Granted we were part of the later crowd, but still restaurants don't open until 7pm. Staying up last night was worth it though. We are at a Greek place ...
... to fight our way through to get in, and then the floors and the rest of the facilities, shortened our prepaid two night stay to one.
Hence the move to Dunkerque. The site was nice, near the beach, although we weren't bathing, and the facilities were clean. But its still winter here, the blocks aren't heated and the entry/exit doors are wide open. Its between 2-4 degrees outside. Wearing shorts, because the jeans were in the washing, I headed for the ablution block in the dark ...
... place, also is kept busy taking clients on battlefield or Cycle tours. And the B&B is conveniently located opposite a brewery, location, location, location. Ypres is the first city we've seen that really takes full advantage of the WW1 Battlefields story. Without being tacky, there are plenty of places in France which could do very well out of the millions of foreign visitors who flock there every year to visit the cemeteries and museums. Maybe they think it's wrong ...
Started the day with a late buffet breakfast of meats and... yep, cheeses, followed by a couple of Skype sessions with the ol' family back in the home land down under, then jumped on a canal boat for a cruise of Bruges.
Gliding down the Bruges canals was not unlike sweeping through a fantasy world. The city is so quaint, mystical, and delightful to explore, that sightseeing by boat could only be compared to flying through a ...
I left Paris with a broken heart and a horrible chesty cough. I didn't want to leave France but I was also excited about what the medieval town of Bruges had to offer.
On the bus we watched "In Bruges" which stars Colin Farrell. I've seen it before and enjoyed it so I curled up on my two seats and napped in and out for the next couple of hours waking for different scenes including one where Colin's character says "If I was retarded and grew up on a farm I'd love Bruges. ...
Other places to stay in De Haan
Koninklijke Baan 17, De Haan | Innfrom $170