De Notelaar Bed and Breakfast

Address: Schaakstraat 17, Brugge, West Flanders, 8310, Belgium | B&B
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Brugge, the home of amazing food and beer!

A travel blog entry by chanelkind on Jul 07, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... who were on our bus from Paris. I also spoke to a Dutch guy (can’t remember his name), who was laughing at the way the beer-tasting-girl was pronouncing the names of the beers. Apparently they were quite wrong. He tried to teach me the correct way of saying “Hoegaarden” (as you can imagine, people who speak English as a first language would say this in an interesting way haha), but failed. Dutch is ridiculously ************ounce and learn!

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Security incident. Evacuate evacuate!

A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 22, 2014

10 photos

... called Ribs and Beer. So after a small detour back to the B and B we took our seats at the restaurant. It seemed busy and the staff were friendly, and we were thinking, it's called ribs and beer we can't go wrong. And we weren't disappointed...it was amazing! I ordered fajitas...they came as make your own! I was given three tortillas in a warming basket, a large bowl of spiced chicken strips and peppers, lettuce, salsa, retried ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 01, 2014

64 photos

... of the Mystic Lamb," currently under restoration (which we got to see in process) and apparently considered the pinnacle of 15th-century Flemish painting.

We next visited the three main squares that comprise the historic center of Ghent. The two highlights were St. Baafskathedral and the Belfort. St. Baafskathedral was positively overflowing with Renaissance and Baroque art and relics dating back to the Middle Ages. The cathedral has been home ...

Canals and chocolates

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Feb 22, 2014

7 photos

... part of canal. So pretty, cute little bridges, old buildings sitting in the water and loads of swans. Horse carts lined the cobbled streets and the smell of waffles filled the air! Despite being winter - still really pretty. And all this after being here for barely 10minutes so far! Across a small bridge and through a large walled entrance, with 1778 inscribed above, we entered the Begijnhof - a UNESCO world heritage site (quite a fan of those!). Lots of ...

Ladies & G(h)entlemen, I present Belgium's finest!

A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter on Apr 08, 2012

4 photos

... br> it hard to imagine a Belgian town more rich in hidden and unfamiliar
charm such as Ghent. Since the discoveries and surprises it yielded made
me realize I had climaxed at the end of the trip, the overall verdict
was indeed two thumbs up from myself, and a healthy recommendation to
others planning a trip to Belgium to force yourself to give some serious
consideration to including Ghent on your planned ...