De Ghelder Bed & Breakfast

Address: Potterierei 3, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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A travel blog entry by clhend on Sep 15, 2015

17 photos

Several things have conspired against us seeing, or doing quite so much this leg of the journey. Part of this has been a diminishing physical energy. We have to admit to being a tad tired, not of the travel, but of being on the go a great deal. Tired on holiday! OMG

From Montherme on the River Meuse, we followed this lovely river through the beautifully wooded, Ardenne region. A walker's dream. We stopped on the Belgium / French border at Givet, where we had ...

Lille to Bruges

A travel blog entry by ivrb on Jun 21, 2015

3 comments, 46 photos

... day so Glynis opted to relax on-board and have an early night while Ivor took an evening walk into the city with his camera for company to try to capture a little of this magic city.

We are coming to terms with the fact that tomorrow is our last day of cycling (for now!). Brugge here we come

Ghent to Bruges (Brugge):

We a were up and ready to get going on our bikes after breakfasting and making our picnic lunches in anticipation of a good ...

Amsterdam to Bruges

A travel blog entry by lisajanehowell on Apr 01, 2015


... with my girlfriends are way more interesting to listen to!!! ;)

I am missing my BabyBear lots. I hope she is behaving herself and not giving Kirst too much trouble. From the other side of the world, it makes us more aware that we are very lucky to have such wonderful family and friends to look after us. I may also be missing my cat. #crazycatlady

Love Lisa and Dylan ...

The long elastic of love

A travel blog entry by pyoung on Aug 31, 2014

13 photos

... while sweeping the sidewalks outside their homes.

I'm coming to a whole new appreciation for Lorne's medieval street navigation skills. Lonely Planet book open in one hand, I squint up at the small "straase" signs, perched high on the sides of bulidings. After a few wrong turns, I find the right street and am rewarded by a string of windmills, their arms rotating briskly in the morning breeze.

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 01, 2014

64 photos

... the crowds were stressful in a couple of spots, but we've gotten good at steering clear of them whenever possible.) We started by visiting a church that was very impressive on the outside, but plain and under heavy construction inside. A little disappointed after being spoiled by such amazing churches in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent, we sought out a better religious monument. Happily, Bruges' Onze-Lieve-Vrouwerk fit the bill. Though dark and imposing, ...