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TripAdvisor Reviews Den Vijfhouck Brugge
Travel Blogs from Brugge
... the one tourist finished taking her selfies, and then selfies of her and her boyfriend, and then while they wandered from one side to the next....... And then they left and we got a nice pic! After that, we decided to get lost in Bruges and just wander about. And that's exactly what we did. We had a quick stop in a chemist where the friendly lady at the counter began speaking to us. Before we knew it, we were talking about the ...
... br> Golden age (12th to 15th century)
The Markt ("Market square")
Bruges received its city charter
on July 27, 1128, and new walls and canals were built. Since about
... in Belgium!
- Erwin – whilst we were trying to find De Garre, we turned down the wrong alley, and ran into Erwin. We got totally sucked in by his jibber jabber and little shop walls covered in postcards and paraphernalia people had sent him from all over the world. Mikey paid EUR 10 for a ****** dot matrix print out of our photo on a Bruges calendar, and a bad joke!! One of those you had to be there things, and also a unique momento!
... was a lovely sight :).
The Historium is a good way to get a feel for Bruges in the year 1435. I enjoyed following the story of Jacob, an apprentice to painter Jan van Eyck, through the seven rooms.
I really enjoyed the Salvador Dali exhibit, his art and sculptures would fit in extremely well in MONA! Dali's signature colours are gold, mother-of-pearl and shocking pink and his themes include eroticism, death and ...
... Christmas Markets, we saw a kiosk selling a hardy wine-drenched potato, cheese & bacon dish that tasted as delicious as it looked and smelled. The shop keeper cooked this dish up in the largest pan I have ever seen.
Of course we did some cathedral hopping in Ghent. The Cathedral of St. Bavo houses three impressive art treasures, the Adoration of the ...