De Doeninghe Bed & Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... in the Midi Brussels Station and went on a search for our train to Brugge. After asking several people we come to find out the trains to Bruge have been delayed for the past several hours. Nothing we could do so we grabbed something to eat. There finally seemed hope that one of the trains would come - 51 minutes late of it's original departure time... 52, 54, 55, 57, 59. 7:02 it finally came. At the time it seemed like 2am because we'd been up ...
... spending a night, what a pity.
Another highlight of the little old town is Belfry. Please be careful, if you are not fit, since you have to catch your breath while climbing up to the top of the tower. And the spiral stairwell is narrow and steep.
We spent one night in hotel Duc de Bourgogne, fortunately, we came here in the low season. Sinnce the room at this hotel ...
... of Christ.
The cylinder itself had arrived from a crusade to Jerusalem way back in the 12th century. Along the way, it was stuffed with a bloody cloth used to wash the dead body of the Saviour, bound and sealed, and delivered to Bruges. Simple. We were invited forward in procession, one by one, to marvel, pray, touch, or simply witness quite possibly one of the most remarkable holy relics in existence. This is because, if all is as they say, ...
... and other coffee shops across Europe. Good to know, as when we are travelling, it's nice to have some familiarity.
Finally we reached our destination. We are staying at Hotel t'roodhof (meaning red house). It is an old converted barn house out in the rural district not far from Brugge.
The rooms are fairly basic, and the weather was very hot, and to our amazement we found that the windows couldn't open. I don't think ...
... meant I had the luxury of two baths a day - yippee. It was wonderful lying in the warm bath looking through the skylight at the gauze like clouds scrolling along giving way to blue patches framing the weathered brick chimney. Like the clouds drifting, my mind happily started to wander and think about the history of the house and area and imagine what life must have been like in the busy medieval city of Bruges. I love the style of these houses ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking