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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... since they were paid for anyway. Booked for 3 nights too so had a free stay :) thought it might be a good idea not to bother Lisa too much. So that was it. Tour over. Really glad I did it. Met some awesome people that I will keep in contact with but still wish I had started it from the beginning so that I got to know everyone a lot easier. Now it was time to enjoy London for a bit before Oktoberfest and then it's karate in Canada, Russia and ...
... the area.
Next time here was a couple of Christmases ago when hubby and I came over on a bus to do the Christmas markets. We had a nice couple of markets, rain in Brussels and then just about 2 hours for Brugge where we arrived before the booths were open by about an hour. Luckily the horse and buggies were standing in the square so we took one of them and then had less than an hour to do the Christmas market. back to the bus and one couple was ...
... A béguinage is a collection of small buildings used by Beguines.
These were various lay sisterhoods of the Roman Catholic Church, founded in the
13th century in the Low Countries, comprising religious women who sought to
serve God without retiring from the world. There are others in Belgium
and France but this one in Bruges is considered a Bruge highlight. We
were not totally sure we had reached our destination when we arrived being ...
The B&B we are in serves individual breakfast outside your room at 8:30am. It consists of a selection of warm rolls and pastries, jams, chocolate spread, juice and chocolate milk and a couple of pieces of fresh fruit. You make your own coffee or tea from the jug and percolator just outside the door. In our room is a table set with necessities, and in all it makes for a romantic little setting and meal.
We also have a shared bathroom on ...
... his lifetime. Once we were finished contemplating this gorgeous piece, time for lunch and yet another of those Belgian specialties, pomme frites at one of the many friteries dotting the old town. They are traditionally drowned in mayonnaise and served with a small fork - and who am I to argue with tradition. The regular order was more than enough to hold us off til dinner. ...
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