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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were treehouses which were designed and built by a
Japanese artist. These treehouses are
an invitation to dream. They recall
places of retreat, if only in the imagination, and make one long for a private
peaceful place all to oneself. It was a
very calming surrounding.
At this point we made a side trip to the train station to
purchase tickets for our trip to Amsterdam tomorrow morning. We find it a
little more relaxing to plan ahead ...
... more then back to room for a short nap. Few hours later we took a walk to dinner. Yelp recommended Breydel de Coninck . We shared a cheese croquette that was so yummy . Glass of wine, Cristi had scampi with a delicious saffron cream sauce, I had the mussels. Evidentially they are not in season, so they are small. They tasted fine" needed salt. Back to room for a good nights ...
... 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 ...
... out, preparing to ditch into the sea in an unknown location. We imagined their seeing the cold October water as they first dropped below the fog. We imagined the fear they must have felt as the first of two engines stopped for lack of fuel and knowing the difficulty of controlling that particular aircraft under such extreme conditions. We imagined the hope they felt when the wide beach was first sighted and was then followed ...
... we stopped in a small restaurant to have a drink. Because we liked the cherry beer so much, I decided to try the raspberry one. It was definitely still good, but the cherry was much better in my opinion! We cut our time a bit short, and booked it across the street to the train station. When we got on the train, we had to walk through at least 8 or 9 cars before finding seats together. At the stop in Brugge we said goodbye to Jane and started the journey back ...