Himpens R.

Address: Sint-Pieterskerklaan 60, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Brugge

Belgium's beauty, Bruges

A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jul 17, 2015

... I actually enjoyed!

Upon arrival to our hostel we check in then went to find us some Belgium fries, mmm. We then wandered around the town enjoying the canals and listening to Nadya say how cute it is more times than one could count (:p). We bought some chocolate and the most amazing spread ever, speculose sauce, this being what is in the middle of a stroopwafle and has stolen our hearts/stomachs (for the ...

The Low Countries

A travel blog entry by willmj on Jun 16, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... to good use and was able to listen to the commentary for a Spanish speaking tour group.

We found our way through the village to the ferry where we just had to buy some deep fried kibberling (cod) before boarding the ferry to Volendam. Tom was in heaven, we ate apple pie during our ferry crossing. At Volendam, the heaven continued, this time with pickled herring in a roll before we caught a bus to Edam, famous for cheese. What a picturesque village. We returned to ...

A Belgian Tour: Medieval and Modern

A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 12, 2015

19 photos

... being put up for the Ascension Day parade on Thursday. We visited the Church of our Lady to see the beautiful Madonna and Child, one of the only statues by Michelangelo outside of Italy. Our main agenda for our trip to Brugge was to simply appreciate the city, so after our lunch and some more time spent soaking in the architecture, we moved on to our next next stops which focused on much more modern history.

We had ...


A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 13, 2014

8 photos

... Tom, an Australia guy I was sat next to, managed to get half a bottle each! The first beer we tried was one of the most popular Belgian beer, Duvel, translating to English to mean devil. This wasn't a new beer for me, but it was one of my favorites! Every beer in Belgium has it's own unique glass, and it's frowned upon if you drink out the bottle! The Duvel is one of very few beers they don't pour for you, the reason behind it being your pour yourself the devil. The next beer was ...

Amsterdam, a surprising place!

A travel blog entry by kwolf319 on Sep 22, 2014

... biology professor!! Since we were only there for one full day we took a jump on and off bus that toured the city... It was very good. We only got off once at the Gassen Diamond polishing facility. They import the raw diamonds from all over the world then cut, polish and resell them. It's much more complicated and interesting than it sounds. We had a 'private' tour by a 6'7" Jewish hunk with a full head ...