B&B de Corenbloem

St. Jorisstraat, 6, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Getting there...

A travel blog entry by zachandsarah

14

... 30 hrs or so (minus a few napping hours on the second plane ride).

We get on the train and arrive in Bruge in about an hour. We found a taxi easily enough and he took us to the Hotel de Notre Dame. We're looking at the door and realize there is no one inside and the door is locked. We stop the taxi driver and say there's no way to get in and he assures us there is a bell and drives off. There was no bell. We see there are 3 ...

Canals and chocolates

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley

7

... the traditionally shaped triangular roofed buildings. Very pretty. But very busy - the road not being clearly marked out, so walking along you have to contend with bikes, motorbikes, normal buses, tour buses, horse carts and people on segways. Another Belgian specialty - a friterie. In one of these 'restaurants' they sell a whole raft of different food items - all in a fried form! Chips, nuggets, burgers, sausages, spring rolls... We had some chips (frites!) ...

Bruges in the rain

A travel blog entry by kobky

10

... and Summer will be twice more expensive than the price we got. The scene from hotel's dining room is marvelous, also the breakfast.

If you are a food lover, don't miss the steamed mussels. It costs approximately 18-24 euros per person, and it's worth trying. And if you take a stroll along the street, it's really hard to miss the warm and sweet smell of waffles. Anyway, it was ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by talesofaboy

57

... refuge whilst learning a little something too. There are, naturally, a number of bells on display, as well as cast iron trunks – behind cast iron bars – impenetrable to mankind, in which the city’s charter and other important documents were housed. I imagine they kept King Leopold’s passport there, much like that little tin everyone has at the back of their sock drawer. Also on display is the huge chime bell, a goliath chrome drum ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

2

... 7 pm. Today was the day to do it. After eating a fairly laid-back breakfast, I caught the bus and then the metro to Bruxelles-Midi station. I had just bought my ticket to Bruges when I went to look at the train departures board. It was 10:05; the only train to Bruges for 40 minutes was supposed to have just left. But wait! It was delayed 5 minutes! I sprinted off through the station, leaving a trail of destruction behind me as I darted up the stairs. A train was ...

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