- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... People lay poppies at the feet of cemetery markers. The countries who fought here, the Belgians, British, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, and who lost so many men build monuments and place tombstones, inscribing names on them if they are known, or simply saying "An unknown soldier," or "Known only to God." Yesterday we visited the Trench of Death, walking through sandbags and cement built up to protect ...
... they weren't that bad!!! So much better than Australian beer!!!!! We enjoyed our tastes before moving into the main bar for our free pint of beer! I wanted to try a Kwak beer which came in this really cool glass. It looked like a massive glass funnel with a rounded bottom, held in a wooden stand. Unfortunately, they had no glasses left…… bummer! So instead I chose the Triple Karmeliet. Was pretty good…. After all of the beer excitement, a big ...
... small town with narrow cobblestone streets, churches and a market square. The difference in Brugges is that every third shop is a chocolate shop mixed with lace shops. There are 11 local beers - only tried one - Julius Beer. The town also has small canals which twist thru the town and there are canal cruses.
The difference between the Belgium people and the French is immediately oberious. In Amiens in ...
... and city planning; many, many buildings are being refurbished into luxury apartment buildings (and one I could even translate the familiar Flemish words to see that it was senior housing!), and it's fascinating to see how the facades are left totally untouched while there is nothing left behind the front facing wall and that, apparently, is fair game for the reconstruction. Interesting to view. One thing that many buildings and homes have are windows or niches for statues ...
... streets and architecture, wandering onto some of the shopping streets will update it as there are numerous chain stores in the streets. If you're in Bruges, bypass these and check out the artisan shops instead as well as the numerous chocolateries tempting you with mouth watering treats.
One of the food items I'd wanted to try in Belgium was their famous moules and frites, and that is exactly what I got for lunch. It's actually for ...