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 …
... Bruges in 1175 AD it turned to liquid! And on to an archeological dig of a castle from 1300 years ago, a church with a sculpture of Mary and Jesus by Michelangelo, the only brewery in Bruges (that brews 'strong Henry' dark beer with a 14% alcohol content), an art museum that for such a small city has an amazing display of primitive Flemish painters, and a former hospice from 1400 AD that is now a museum of Brugge's most famous painter - Hans Memling. Minna found ...
... country style pâté and salad with coarse whole wheat bread, Flemish beef stew cooked with beer with apple sauce and frites, pana cotta covered with chocolate sauce and egg liqueur. The frites are delivered by the 'frites angel' walking around the restaurant as they are cooked. Delicious and very hot and crispy. We enjoyed the perfect weather with an evening walk before hitting the ...
... we were able to see the backs of the old buildings... houses, churches, consuls... and ducked automatically as we went under all the low bridges.
Bruges is outstandingly pretty, and one of the things I really enjoy is the lack of neon lights and garish modern signage. We are so used to the endless visual stimulation that to have a period where it is absent is a restful feast for the eyes.
The Historium was next on our agenda. It ...
... direction. Delightful architecture leapt from every corner; the waft of freshly made waffles enticing you to venture further. Finally the stench of James had been replaced.
I sat for a beer in the Markt, the belfry by now illuminated before me, accentuating its dominating but delicate features. To my left sat proudly the Provincial Court, itself worthy of being the centre piece of most European cities. Through the square ran large queues, formed to ride ...
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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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