Brugge Bed & Breakfast

Riddersstraat 9, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Day One...

A travel blog entry by kelesept on Aug 09, 2014

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... arrived for our first night at the HIE Ghent just after 2pm. Them went for a drive to the Graslei area of Ghent to get a bite to eat. The boys (& mummy) finished off the day with a 6.50 euro ice cream! Yum!! While daddy enjoyed a couple of pints of ...

Brugge

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

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... that music is to be enjoyed by everyone, even if you cannot afford it for any reason. The sounds he created were quite magical.

The next recommendation on our hit list was the traditional Flemish stew. We couldn’t find a rabbit one, so we went with beef instead. It was alright. While the coffee was a 10/10 on the coffee scale, the stew was more of a 7. It was still nice to sit down, ...

Day trip to Bruges!

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 17, 2014

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... makes as well. It was so cool seeing the different glass designs throughout the country. There is even a beer glass that looks like a horn! After the beer wall, we decided to inject some culture into the tour as we stopped by the Madonna and Child. Instantly, I could see it was sculpted by the great artist in history, Michelanglo. It is definitely more beautiful than any other sculpture in the expressions and definitions of the woman and child. It is one of the ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 01, 2014

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... not done it justice. The Belfort was a complete change of pace, but just as enjoyable. The Belfort is Ghent's UNESCO World Heritage belfry, a dragon-topped behemoth from the 14th century. We climbed to its top, and the views from above really crystallized for us what a medieval gem Ghent is. We also enjoyed visiting past incarnations of the dragon weathervane on one of the belfry's landings.

After visiting those two top-rated highlights, ...

Five Days in Chocolateville (Bruges)

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Dec 08, 2013

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... Rick had probably the best quiche I have ever tasted, and of course more great Belgian beers.

We took a 'Rick Steve-recommended' side trip to Ghent, a 30-minute train trip half way between Bruges and Brussels. We learned that many of the public buildings are constructed with 3 different materials, gray limestone (exhibiting their wealthy during a textile ...