- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... clothing. Would like to think it was a former marine with a good sense of humor that gave it that name. Another store I've seen all over europe is Claire's. They're quite prevalent. Didn't think a tiny little jewelry/accessory store for girls that I have only ever seen at the Hutchinson mall would be one of the most prolific stores in europe, but it is.
Went over to gare de lille-flandres station, got on train headed to bruges. Crossed boarder ...
... had split pea soup. kieran had beef satay. For main, Barry and Lynn had the red snapper fish with rise - very tasty. Randalf recommended the pork chops for Kieran and Lucy and they thoroughly enjoyed it. Barry decided to have New York cheesecake and Randalf started singing New York New York and got Barry to sing one of the lines! He also did a magic trick with Lynn and Lucy. He mad a heart shape disappear from Lynn's hand to Lucy's. lucy thought it was ...
... and no obvious styles to get out when we left. fine with us, we like riding 1st class. (later found out we were entitled to because of our ticket class - YEA!)
Bruges is a tourist town. it is not very large and the central part of the city is what all the tourists want to see therefore it is pretty much of a parking lot, everything moves slow because of the segways, the horse and carriages, the city tour buses, and all the pedestrians who ...
... in the pictures. We managed to see some museums and taste some more waffles, fries, and chocolates. I found a tour, a beer tour that proved quite enjoyable and tasty! Our host gave us some good tips about where to go and what to see, but his best tip was "get lost in the town and enjoy!" And that's exactly what we did ! Today we have the oldest pub in Belgium to discover as well as getting lost once again! ...
We had intended to stay for five nights but only ended up staying three as the weather was poor. The next day it rained and we still needed rest after the long drive from Cologne so we stayed around the campsite that day.
We took a bus into Brugge the next day as the weather was fine although cloudy. Joyce had been here some years before, spending a weekend with her cousin Liam. The town seems to have a church on every corner! It is only small and was packed ...