Au Domain Perdu

Address: Sint-Clarastraat 103, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
 
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    Travel Blogs from Brugge

    Did he just bring a bomb on the bus?

    A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... stop on the trip. Here, there was a small museum and short film with further information and it was also the lunch stop of the day. After lunch we went to Hill 60. This was an area where they had an underground war. The soldiers had made a series of underground tunnels, but the area was soon destroyed by bombs. The land that remains us very uneven, bumpy and has a big crater. Philippe took us around this area and continued to fill us with facts, figures and ...

    Brugge- Venice of the north

    A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

    37 photos

    ... Flemish and French cloth fairs at the beginning of the
    13th century, but when the old system of fairs broke down the
    entrepreneurs of Bruges innovated. They developed, or borrowed from
    Italy, new forms of ...

    Chocolate, beers and more history lessons

    A travel blog entry by clairebrenton on Jun 03, 2014

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    ... a year in what is known as the 'iron harvest'. Sites that we visited included: Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial Wall- the largest of the Commonwealth cemeteries with almost 12000 soilders buried there. Polygon wood memorial- Here there was a memorial to the Australian 5th division and the New Zealand division. Hill 60 preserved battlefield (Messines): Here we saw large craters and a ...

    Beautiful Brugge...

    A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on May 29, 2013

    23 photos

    ... but a pretty funny potted history of the humble spud and how they eventually come up with the fried 'chip' (a national icon on every street corner). A quick sampling of the twice fried delicacy was had before we made our way back out into the slightly more constant rain again. The next stop was the 2b emporium which houses a cellar containing far too many beer varieties to count and an equally impressive 'Wall of Beer' outside, all complete with matching ...

    Banged up in Brugge

    A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jul 19, 2012

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    ... 8217;t even have to leave the building. It could have been so simple.

    But after tasting six beers and being educated in all sorts of Belgian beer related facts (Trappist beers must be brewed in a monastery, the monks must play a role in production and the profits must be used to support the monastery, the different shaped glasses are designed to enhance particular flavours, and many glasses have an 'impurity’ so ...