Bed & Breakfast Decrop

Address: Colettijnenhof 5, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Brugge

Day 11 - Bruges Saturday Market

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 12, 2015

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... animals (both live and dead) clothes, leather goods, and many other items. There is way too much to mention but tried to capture some of it in the pictures. We purchased a pretty blue scarf for Kathy, several fruit items, some olives, some chicken wings, quinoa salad and brats ( tonight's dinner) plus a few other savory items. We both noted how friendly the people are here. The language here is Flemish (Dutch) and ...

Bring on the calories

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 06, 2015


... is divided into 12 different provinces. Two of these provinces, north holland and south holland, form a region known simply as "holland". Most major cities and noteworthy things in the netherlands are located in holland, so the term holland has become synonymous with the entire country of the netherlands. So, outside of the netherlands, most people refer to the netherlands simply as "holland", though technically it's not correct and people living ...


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jan 17, 2015

... you know that Bruges is one of the only medieval cities never to be sieged? Me either. It does explain it's current beauty (also they were stinking rich). Anyway they had an amazing defence system that involved narrow canals, a belfry lookout, a net and a lot of archers hiding on a nearby bridge. It sounded impressive yet simple. After the tour we took our guides advice and picked up the best pack of chocolates (at rock bottom prices) and one of the ...

Flanders Fields and W.W.1 Battle Grounds

A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Aug 12, 2014

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A full day tour which includes The Last Post in the evening at Ypres. Some heavy rain at our first stop to walk some of the Belgium trenches. Quite appropriate that we see these trenches fill of water and mud, Belguim is certainly wet and we get a glimpse of how things must have been for those living in these conditions. Then it is on to Ypres and the big war museum there. A little disappointed and no mention of New Zealanders, nor are there ...

Day 39: Waffles and Chocolate and Beers. Oh my!

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Nov 25, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... John got a beer of the Belgium triple variety. Our wanderings outside of town brought us to a series of four old windmills. We were actually able to climb up two of them. The wooden stairs were steep, slanted and scary. We ate our lunch under the first windmill while a brief rain shower passed. After leaving the last windmill it started to rain again. We took cover under a shelter by the river and John made a great discovery. Someone left a pack of ...

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