Den Vijfhouck

Sulferbergstraat 1, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Ghent

A travel blog entry by seejay

Bus to center of city, take 2 hour Walking tour of this very old city. Lots of spires everywhere. Went into St Baafs Cathedral to see Jan Van Eyck's 'Adoration of the Lamb' which is symbolic of Jesus' sacrifice . Windy and very cold today. Back on bus to ship. Had a wonderful lunch with the girls. Most of the passengers went on to see Bruge. We stayed to relax and ...

Bruge to Amsterdam & Happy Birthday to Me!

A travel blog entry by seejay

Had a lovely breakfast brought to us in our room. Taxi at 8:30am to train station for 9:00 train to Antwerp connection to Amsterdam. First class, had my birthday beer! Walked to meeting point, the Moevenpick Hotel. Our sweet Hilde and Tanja greeted me with birthday wishes and fresh beautiful tulips! How kind. ...

Bruges (Brugge), Belgium

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... to have a piece of cloth with the Blood of Jesus Christ on it. The Basilica itself was beautiful, but it was cool to see this relic and the altar that they had it on as well.

On the way to the city park, we walked down a "chocolate street," that had shop after shop full of Belgian chocolate. The best part is that most of them give out free samples, so if you walk in, and look around for a bit, you can pretty much get as ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by talesofaboy

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... As the ghost of beers past finally ****** off to find the nearest pub to bother some other poor soul, I used the various spires across the city to navigate back, and retired for the night.

I arose early and fresh. I checked out and spent the morning harvesting souvenirs. I have a thing for postcards and little ornaments and am currently constructing my own miniature version of my travelled world inside my living room. When you live in MK, you need ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

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... in the 1300s and has never been repaired. The thing with Bruges is that it almost seems a little unreal – the streets are largely cobbled and it’s common to see beautiful “Dutch-style” houses with dates going back to the 1600s proudly displayed on their facades. People cycle through the streets, dinging their bells and trying not to run over all the passersby and their unnaturally large dogs. I was struck by how different the feel of Bruges ...

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