Brugge-man Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We have returned home now, but as I am now over 60, it takes me a little while to get things done. That's my excuse anyway.
So here is our Belgium experience !
We boarded the Eurostar in Paris for our 2 hour journey through Brussels into Bruges. Bruges is in the north of the country near Oostend on the coast and is truly delightful. We stayed in the historical centre and it reminded us of Venice, just smaller ...
... around 1500, the Zwin channel, which had given the city its
prosperity, also started silting. The city soon fell behind Antwerp as the economic flagship of the Low Countries. During the 17th century, the lace industry took off, ...
... stand, and returned to the hotel. While we were inside, a marching band passed outside our window. We leaned out the window, taking pictures and videos. We were excited, Jennie and I having both been in marching band (Jennie in high school, me in high school and college), and we know they don't have many marching bands, at least not like the U.S.
That evening we went out, just to look around. Explored a church, and stopped at some kiosk shops.
... mixed to make it a light golden beer that I liked a lot. Once our tasting was over, we had to return to Brussels to catch our train back to Paris. As soon as we sat on the train, everyone was asleep in a matter of minutes.
It was such a fun day full of pleasant surprises like feeling as though I spent the day on the set of Disney movie. Taking in the tasty beer, sweet chocolates, more waffles, and charm was the perfect way to spend our day in Belgium.
... Bruges was in the depths of winter, and a better winter wonderland you will struggle to find. This time the weather was warm and the place was heaving with tourists. It was quite a contrast compared with our last visit but immensely enjoyable nonetheless. The most notable differences were the canals that circle the town, on our last visit they were devoid of any activity and all were magnificently peaceful and tranquil. This time ...