Hotel Gulden Vlies
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gulden Vlies Brugge
The hotel is very pretty and well decorated, we had a small room on the top floor. Although it was small, it had everything we needed and it was clean.
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... the very narrow lock bridge and unto the fast ferry to Breskens across the water.
Shortly after we arrived at Breskens we met up with Erin and Beau. We decided to all stick together at a more leisurely pace. When we arrived in Sluis, a quaint little town and the last one before hitting Belgium we parked our bikes and had a really good Croque Madame and Salad Nicoise. We sat outside on a beautiful sunny day with a view of the ...
... with its white stone (sourced from Croatia we learned) gleaming in the bright sunshine. We spent some time walking around and over its steps, and admired the view from the top of the ridge. When you’re there, it’s obvious why this ridge was so strategically important.
Interestingly, much of the immediate area is fenced off to the public with electric fences and warning signs to keep out, as there is still a hazard of live ammunition there. ...
... pulling out their camera. It makes the amateurish look professional.
The only downside to my time there was encountering a couple of Belgian natives, while on the ferry returning home. The pair, who were visiting York to watch the snooker UK Championships (not something I ever expected to hear), ...
... to go. I never met a potato I didn't like. Of all the museums that were available to me in Paris, the Friet Museum in Brugge, Belgium, was the only one that I visited. And it was well worth the €6 entrance fee and €2 for the friets at the end of my tour.
I actually found the museum to be quiet interesting. In one room, they showed a short film on the process a potato goes from ...
... checking out windmills, and eating A LOT. We were told there were four things to try in Bruges - the waffles (AMAZING!!! Had them for my birthday lunch - big and so fluffy and light), flavoured beer (we've had chocolate, banana, coconut, raspberry, peach ...), the praline chocolates (super cheap), and the french fry with mayonnaise (invented here apparently).
Next day we started off with a 3 hour bike tour around the town. Jos our guide appeared to ...