Hotel Albert II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... canal and there are old towers scattered around the perimeter. These were used to defend the town from attack. The last few days I have enjoyed simply walking the streets if this pretty town. The architecture is unique and there is a lot to see. The food has also been delicious. My favourite has been the waffles! Never had anything as good anywhere else. Yum yum! The hostel is great. I am staying at St Christopher's Inn. I have met so many ...
... pretty much five hours after leaving my apartment we were finally in Bruges.
We were staying at the Bau House just outside of the central square and I tell you I was very pleasantly surprised! We had our own private 4 bed room with ensuite. Sadly for Kristy this meant sleeping literally next to me as our beds were pushed together... and that girl doesn't like to share beds apparently... she ...
... so I could stock up on beer. No wonder there are so many booze cruises, we must get stiffed on tax.
Joined the queue to get on the ferry and chatted to some guys from just outside Glasgow who had been touring WWII graves, one of them had a Suzuki Intruder and absolute beast of a bike. Far too much chrome for me would have to spend hours polishing :/
Compared to the ...
... I was very restrained and didn’t buy anything even though there were tons of cute things I would have loved to have… I didn’t need any of them though and couldn’t particularly think of a use for them so decided that I would just enjoy the window shopping instead. It really put Ming Wo’s and Cookworks in Vancouver to shame and those are two of my favourite shops to browse! We then returned to the chocolate shop to pick up our boxes before returning ...
... took me a good 10 minutes to reach the top, climbing the narrow, rounding staircase that has 366 steps and is 290 feet high. But the view was worth it. As was the chiming of the bells. The bells ring every quarter hour and I managed to be in the bell tower when they rang in the 10 o'clock hour. It was spectacular! I got it on video and I will be happy to share it when I get home and have the capability to send video. After I descended the bell tower ...