- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... then another, then another, then he called in the army. Over 70 unexploded shells were found in that field, just last week! But finding things from the Great War is not what the people living here focus on; what is important to them is remembering and honoring their dead. Everyone here lost relatives; people check for their loved ones' names on the walls at Tyne Cot, the largest cemetery in Belgium with over ...
... New Zealanders. We were a loud and excited bunch, more interested in trying the beer than what our very loud and eccentric host explained for a good 10 minutes before we could take a sip. She was very interesting to say the least, explaining where all the beers were brewed and the meaning behind their labels and names. We tried Duvel, Triple Karmeliet, Westmalle Trappist Triple, Chimay Blue and Hoegaarden Blanche. They all varied in strength and taste ...
After a short stroll thru Ameins where we visited the Cathedral and the old town we headed north into Belgium. We travelled thru small rural villages which are dotted all over the country side as the French farmers do not stay on their land but in a nearby village and travel to their various plots. Also their plots may not be located next to each other but scattered in the local area.
We entered Bruges which ...
... appreciate the business that the tourist trade brings while they also feel annoyed that they live in a Disney World type attraction. The woman who mans the desk in the information center embodies this annoyance. Hard to think that someone who hates her job so much is in charge of welcoming people who come to spend their money in this mini-paradise. It doesn’t stop us from getting into the scene, and we spend lazy days wandering the city and appreciating its beauty. I think ...