Bed & Breakfast 't Sevencoote Brugge
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We drove to Brugges today, and we hit some mega construction around Antwerp. Guenther thought he was back in Hamilton. Construction for miles, everywhere. However, we made it to our B&B with plenty of time to spare. This place is wonderful! This is actually a family's home. It reminded us of our place in Beamsville...just a lot …
... shrapnel in a farmers field next to hill. After touring the museum we had dinner in a fantastic Belgian restaurant - I had a Flemish stew that was amazing and Josh had steak and oysters. We finished out the day taking in the ceremony at Menin Gate. Josh and the SFDCI students had an opportunity to take part in the ceremony. The students laid a wreath in honour of the fallen. Unfortunately, I couldn't see a ...
We left Amsterdam at 9.00 and travelled to Bruges via Antwerp. While we waited for our train we were invited to used the lounge, just like the airlines, as we were travelling with Eurorail passes. The first train was very fast and great service then we changed to the slower connection with many stops. When we arrived inBruges we found a map and decided to walk to our hotel. It is not far but we made the mistake of going through the park which ...
We woke up and the weather was rainy, not proper rain but that fine rain that soaks you. Anyway we couldn't let that stop us so we headed off in search of the burg armed with a croissant each. We stumbled upon they Church of Our Lady which houses a sculpture by michaelangelo, the only one to leave Italy prior to his death. The church is very pretty but currently undergoing renovations so a lot of things were covered. After much ...
... me to spend some extra days there.
Small bars serving delicious beers in extravagant glasses abound and I the Australians I meet and I become determined to sample as many as possible.
I stare whimsically at the flow of canals that bring boats softly through the sleepy city and at the horses that pull carriages through cobblestone streets. Horses that are always appreciative of a nose rub. The longer I stay the more ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBed & Breakfast 't Sevencoote Brugge
This is an awesome place to stay. This is actually a couples home that they rent out two of the rooms. They have a beautiful backyard with a heated pool. It is very close to the city center and makes for a wonderful place to stay. The owners are the nicest people we have met and have all the information you need for a great stay. The beds are very comfortable, the breakfasts are varied and have a wide selection. Jurgen even makes his own jams! They make you feel very comfortable while your here.
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