Chateau du Lac Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... town and lots of fun dodging cars, horses and tourists who walk on the road! By the time our hour was up all the tourists had gotten out of bed and it was very busy. We headed off to a restaurant for some lunch, food in Bruges was more expensive than Brussels. We timed it lucky as it then decided to pour down with rain, and we managed to wait it out. After lunch we found this place called the historium. It was a museum ...
... of William Tyndale. He was born in England in 1494, but was so bothered by King Henry the VIII that he ended up in a self-imposed exile in Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium printing and smuggling copies of the Bible to England. Smuggling, you say? Yea, it was illegal (an offense punishable by death) to translate the Bible from it's original Latin or Greek. For the most part, only priests could read Greek or Latin and allowed ...
... I don't condone the way that it's being done - but maybe we need to look at the lives that the dogs would otherwise have if they are not rescued by societies.
Finally, this ridiculousness about the state of the toilets, water, electricity in Russia. I feel sympathy for people whose rooms really aren’t ready, but it seems like so much of this is overblown. A quick look at any guidebook to Russia notes that the water isn’t safe for drinking. Even ...
... it was great to hear the American accent again and perfect English. Our night finished at the bar in our hostel meeting a guy from Los Angeles as well. I finished the night having multiple Belgian beers, Kriek and Gueze being my two favorites. We slept with anxiety of our next day in Diest to find out about our new home on the farm. "One's destination is never a new place, but a new way at seeing things" Henry ...
... Caroline was very displeased with this brute.
We spent the morning wondering around Brussels and picking up some last minute souvenirs before heading to the train to catch our Eurostar. You might be thinking that the only thing we did in Brussels this time around was have our stuff get puked on. If so, you are correct. Needless to say, we are looking forward to staying at Caroline's grandparents' flat in London...hostels are getting a bit old!