Hotel 'T Bosje
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... wonderful canals threaded through the town and walking was easy.
Our apartment was overlooking one of the canals and we were always hanging out the window enjoying the view. We had a large 3 bedroom so we had plenty of room for everyone and most importantly for Mike to cook for us. We were also close to the oldest pub in Belgium which has been trading for 500 years. Obviously, we had to check it out.
We walked the canals, shopped ...
... a half yard.
After lunch we did a little more sightseeing and sent some postcards (which Shaylee
didn't leave room for the stamps on) before heading back to find out if our
bags were still there and fingers crossed we weren't on the ground. Thankfully
we had 4 person room sharing with a couple of young Germans and filled with the
obligatory squeakiest creakiest bunk bed in the world. I wonder if hostels buy
them in bulk from ...
... Belgian Waffle Truck and had our daily fix! Then bundled up to go on the city tour. We learned what all the beautiful buildings were, not that we would remember, but it's nice to learn it once! We then took the city bus for a trial run to the train station, real easy. We took a scenic route back to town, oh my goodness, so pretty. The canals, the swans, the horses clip clopping by. We stopped ...
... dominance in recent history.They are generally very open-minded, too - I guess it comes with having 4 official languages.
There’s heaps of cool art around the city, with a few good streets for street art. The city skyline is dominated by church and belltowers, and a wicked medieval castle called the Gravensteen. You can wander around pretty much all of the 12th century castle, learn about its history, get a ...
New day new adventure! We had a bit of drama getting our train tickets from Brussels to Bruges as the automatic ticket dispenser only accepted Belgian bank cards. So after wasting 25 minutes in that line we joined the masses lining for same day domestic tickets in a far too small room. Missed the train we had planned on getting so we wasted time by having a coffee that probably doesn't warrant the right to be called a coffee and ...