B&B Le Foulage

Korte Vulderstraat 11, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Korte Vulderstraat 11, Brugge, is near Belfry (Belfort) and Market Halls (Hallen), The Markt, Burg, and St. James's Church (Sint-Jacobskerk).
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Travel Blogs from Brugge

Brugge

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

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... wandering around the little streets, watching, listening, tasting. It continues to amaze and humble me when you chat with the locals and they can speak a variety of languages fluently. While I know little of the history of Belgium, I did learn that a couple of locals played a role in a war that resulted in Belgium having Dutch as the national language, rather than French. Although from our ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg on May 26, 2014

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We had one full day to explore Bruges and we really made it count. After waking we walked into the city. Cool old buildings everywhere and cobblestone streets. The way buildings are aligned here in Europe, they look like books sitting on a shelf :3

Cobblestones! The mortal enemy to rolly bags, baby carriages, and high heeled shoes. In Amsterdam at ...

Not so Dark Ages....

A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 07, 2014

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... trading center for hundreds of years during the "dark ages". Not so dark here as the local merchants became very wealthy on buying and selling goods from North, South, East and West. The city was spared bombing and shelling in both of the modern world wars. This means that the mansions, municipal buildings and trading houses are mostly intact from the 12th century. We wandered for ...

We meet a few mates...

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Dec 21, 2013

... most flattering music to dance too!

About an hour later Katie came back from smoking outside and informed us that Suzie had entered the girls toilets with Bag Lady (his name was Case apparently.. and this degenerated to bag lady) and they were getting it on. We pushed Katie for more information but as she was wasted we had to send her back for seconds... since it was nearing time for us to leave and we didn't want to leave without ...

You're going to be good, aren't you?

A travel blog entry by mrsv14 on Jun 24, 2012

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... streets and bridges are more reminiscent of those found in Hamburg or Amsterdam. The heart of the city, the pedestrianised Market Square, combines both Gothic and Neo-Gothic styles while the Romanesque and French Gothic Our Lady’s Church is better known for housing Michelangelo’s marble Madonna and the 15th century tombs of the Duke of Burgundy. When we got there, our group was introduced to our guide, Bob. Bob was an older gentleman whose English was ...