Carmers Bed & Breakfast

Address: Carmersstraat 13 , Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Brugge

We just had...

A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 14, 2014

29 photos

... a couple pieces to try, we HAD to get about eight. Life's hard sometimes.

Bruges is often labeled "the cutest town in Europe." Looks like we're not the only ones that figured it would be a great spot to visit during Christmastime... the streets are packed with tourists! Luckily, if you venture off on any of the side streets the crowds thin out and there is still plenty to see. This place is incredible- every turn amazes and there is always something beautiful to ...

Google Maps is Such a Liar!

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 27, 2014

174 photos

... the city center. We saw the Brugge Belfry. The Belfry is a 13th century building. It is the city's most recognizable landmark. Longfellow even wrote a poem about it titled "The Belfry of Bruges." A carillon was added to the tower in the 16th century. It is currently equipped with 48 bells. We got to hear it a few times and it is quite beautiful.
We wondered around the Markt square and we wondered over to the Burg. On the way we stopped in stores ...

From Amsterdam to Bruges

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 23, 2014

2 comments, 42 photos

... and the corner of those canals that makes up so many of the postcards that you would see of Bruges. Bruges is a very picturesque place (see today's photos) and strolling through it as the sun is going down is really nice.

Tomorrow, we have a full day in Bruges and we are really looking forward to it! We're going to see the sites, take a canal tour, visit the chocolate shops, and enjoy the ambiance of this amazing place!




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First trip to Brugge

A travel blog entry by pip-wayne1 on Jun 27, 2013

3 photos

... beer, it came in a glass like a half yard of ale glass and it came with it's own wooden stand as the base of the glass was round.
The square was bustling as there was a market on that day. We sat down at a little cafe in the square and bought wine and strawberries and watched the world go by.

We decided to stroll around again and after about 1hr 30mins we came across a great little ...

In Brugge

A travel blog entry by rwiegman on Feb 23, 2013

19 photos

... Someone told me it is 16th century architecture, whereas Amsterdam is more 17th century. The two cities look very similar, however Brugge is even smaller than Amsterdam but much easier to navigate. We didn't get lost once, which is always nice. We saw Micheanglo's Madonna (one of the few things we decided to pay for), then a candy demonstration, and grabbed sandwiches for lunch. There was so many things I wanted to see but it ...