Guest House De Bleker
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... on the way back to the hostel - the girls decided to pass. After meeting some new mates in the hostel bar over predrinks we all headed out on a pub crawl through Bruges. Surprisingly Bruges had a rather lively nightlife with us hitting the pillow around 3am. Day 3 - after a big night we rose (just) in time to try and catch the state of origin (12noon local time). Unfortunately with a large number of Aussies overseas trying to stream the game, our usual stream ...
... stop on the trip. Here, there was a small museum and short film with further information and it was also the lunch stop of the day. After lunch we went to Hill 60. This was an area where they had an underground war. The soldiers had made a series of underground tunnels, but the area was soon destroyed by bombs. The land that remains us very uneven, bumpy and has a big crater. Philippe took us around this area and continued to fill us with facts, figures and ...
... t been touched by old father time for centuries. Men drove horse and carts through the town as we wandered between large churches with huge steeples and along cobbled roads that followed canals filled with gondolas. There was a local market in the towns square where we sampled some of the locals homemade sausage that resembled a snake that had swallowed a fist full of bulldogs along with smelling some of the pungent cheeses on offer. A ...
... enjoyed our road trip. It helped that the weather was on our side; it was warm and sunny every day apart from one afternoon in Bruges. We don’t know if we would have lasted in our tent if it was cold and rained a lot! Perhaps another reason why our road trip was good is due to the car; having a car gives you so much more freedom to explore. Who knows, perhaps in the next few years we will take the car further to Spain or ...
... Started with prawn croquettes and I doubt Ive had a better steak I have to stay. Ez started with a seafood soup which looked and amazing (and came with a lobster bib) and his main was some very succulent looking lamb cutlets...a very memorable night, we were both in our happy places. I have to say the rest of time in Brugge was taking photos, eating big plates of Waffles, drinking and just basically walking around and exploring.