Eleven Bed & Breakfast

Address: Elfjulistraat 37, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000 , Belgium | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Elfjulistraat 37, Brugge, is near The Markt, Burg, Brugge Christmas Market, and The Pink Bear Bicycle Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Brugge

      Bring on the calories

      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 06, 2015

      6 comments

      ... is divided into 12 different provinces. Two of these provinces, north holland and south holland, form a region known simply as "holland". Most major cities and noteworthy things in the netherlands are located in holland, so the term holland has become synonymous with the entire country of the netherlands. So, outside of the netherlands, most people refer to the netherlands simply as "holland", though technically it's not correct and people living ...

      Flanders Fields and W.W.1 Battle Grounds

      A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Aug 12, 2014

      6 photos

      ... and impressive. A beautiful setting and lovely museum with life like reconstructions of dugouts, trenches, etc. The role of New Zealand troops fully recognised as are other Commonwealth nations. Next was a visit to Tyne Cot Cemetery. This is a huge Cemetery and is where most New Zealanders are remembered. In addition to the graves, big memorial walls where New Zealanders are remembered. Brief visit to a Canadian cemetery before ...

      From Amsterdam to Bruges

      A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 23, 2014

      2 comments, 42 photos

      ... and made our way to Flanders Field, site of some of the deadliest battles of World War I. We visited the town of Ypres, which is the location of the In Flanders Field Museum. The town itself is quite nice, apparently completely rebuilt since WWI. We learned, as we toured the museum, that the entire area had been reduced to a wasteland. There were no buildings, not even a tree left standing. One of the soldiers commented that it was as barren ...

      A Belfry, a Boat, and a Beer

      A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 17, 2014

      81 photos

      ... 70 people at a time (and rightly so, as it was difficult enough getting past the people who were inside on a very narrow spiral staircase, while hiking up my over-long skirt), we had to wait in line for a little bit, but thankfully in the shade and then inside. The climb up was steep and long, but it had some interesting way-points, including information on the storage of the town privileges and the various bell systems used throughout the ...

      Four countries, one week, one incredibly long post

      A travel blog entry by meganandpatrick on Jun 01, 2014

      4 comments, 61 photos

      ... Megan got seared tuna topped with a salsa-esque sauce and served with ratatouille. And because all of that wasn't enough, we decided to order their endless chocolate mousse. As hard as we tried we couldn't quite finish the heaping pile of mousse that was our first serving. Finally, to end the evening, our waiter shared shots of a melon liqueur with us when he found out it was our last evening in Paris. We rolled ourselves to the Metro for our ride back to the hotel for the ...