Bed And Breakfast Boeverie

Boeveriestraat 32, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Brugge

Brugge

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

16 photos

... my-arm-put-it-aroun d-Ally’s-shoulder-move’ was more overtly daggy.





We then strolled back towards home, passing through a Tango dance exhibition and resisting the urge to show-off with our skills (*cough cough* - they are pretty rusty and have been retired since 2005). What else can I say? A great day in an endearing little town. Next stop - Brussels.

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A Belfry, a Boat, and a Beer

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 17, 2014

81 photos

... city artifacts. Disappointed, we continued on down the lane and were pleased to see that the windmills were still where the book said they'd be. It simply wouldn't do to come to the Low Countries and not see a windmill.

A little more walking, a spot of dinner, and we just caught the train back to Brussels. While I'm sure we'd have found plenty to do with another day in Brugge, I think the amount of time we had was pretty spot on.


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Bikes, windmills and hotchocolate

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Dec 12, 2013

64 photos

Our next Stop was Bruge. We headed north on the train for about an hour. From the train station the instructions were to get on the city circle bus and then ask the bus driver when to get off…. There was a luggage rack next to were I was standing, I put my backpack in it, as the bus emptied I sat down, then got off the bus, I didn't realize I had forgotten the day pack until I went to put into my locker at the hostel. Whoops… With me in a bit of a panic and Erin ...

Back to the land of beers and chocolate.

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Nov 03, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... and pubs are lining the canals. The whole city seems to be alive and giving off vibes from the past and the present especially with all the Christmas decorations being up. Even though Brugge is a commercial and cultural capital of Europe it has preserved the old buildings well. A lot of people do their sightseeing by horse drawn carriage but it was a bit too cold for us to sit out in the open like that. We tried ...

Belgium - Brussels and Brugge

A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 16, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... history of how Belgium came about from the original states of Flanders and Wallonia is really interesting. Also interesting was the colonial history of Belgium in Africa and Leopold’s exploits for rubber, including his terrible mistreatment of Congolese people. Belgians also love cartoons and we saw a lot of wall murals of Tintin (the most famous Belgian comic character) and others.

We also spent 2 days in the tiny Medieval town of ...