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 …
... the outside of town, through pretty tree-covered paths and past majestical lakes (the Lake of Love in fact).
We stopped off for chocolate and banana waffles along the way (a specialty in Belgium) and found ourselves at a little cafe (Vero Caffe) in one of the back streets. Oh. My. God. The BEST double espresso we have had in a long time. It would rival the best places in Brisbane. ...
... I woke up to Phil going “wake up, wake UP, the room is flooded!”, I was like errr what in the hell is going on! I look down from my bed to see water rapidly covering the floor and a guy who was working in the hostel putting towels down to try to stop the water spreading even more. Turns out that someone had used the broken tap in the bathroom next door, and didn’t turn it off properly. Water flooded all through the bathroom, hallway and into our ...
... hotel. Robyn found it on Trip Advisor and the only way we found where it located was by looking at pictures where the alley was between two stores. They had a huge selection of beer including their own call Tripel de Garre which is what we had to drink, it was quite good.
Tomorrow we are going up to Brussels to see Grand Place etcetera. I still haven't found a belt but maybe I can find a Kohl's near Grand Place.
... There are so many chocolate stores to choose from but I choose this store because it was the cutest little building. The smell to this city was intoxicating, so sweet and delicious. We hardly noticed the rain as the incredible sites drew us from place to place.
After hours of walking we fell into a couple of chairs to rest and eat supper and then went back to the room. My intent was to steal one of ...
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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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