Himpens R.

Address: Sint-Pieterskerkl. 60 8000 Brugge, Brugge, West Flanders, Belgium | B&B
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In Bruges!

A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Sep 15, 2014

50 photos

... br> We did it. We got to the top at the best part too (that was sarcasm). Right on 4:00pm time time at the beginning of the hour when the BELLS ring.

It was loud.

We took our photos and went back down going into the small rooms with information about the history and mechanics of the tower.

Once we did the tower we went to get MORE BEER!. on the walk there I got my little shot glass of the town. Once ...

Brugge- Venice of the north

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

37 photos

... cafe spoke 9 languages.
I can't even imagine that! So inspiring! Need to try a little harder I think.

Brugge Bruges (/ˈbruːʒ/ in English; Dutch: Brugge, [ˈbrʏɣ̟ə], ...

Waffles, chocolate, fries

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 12, 2014

29 photos

... interactive museum where you follow a story of one young man through Brugges in its heyday. This was really neat cause as you walk through the museum you get different smells, wind blowing, snow falling as the story is told. It gives you a very good feel for how Brugges was in the 15th century. It shows you how the town was laid out and how trade and commerce took place.

After we went through this it was time for some lunch. Now of course you know what Belgium ...

"f'n" Brugge - much better than the movie

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 16, 2013

5 comments, 41 photos

... on the 27 July 1128 when the new city walls and canals were built.

There are several boat trips on offer that travel up and down the internal canals, giving a different perspective to the wonderful buildings in the city. We enjoyed our 35 minute adventure which traversed areas that we had not walked into. There were also horse drawn carriage rides, but as they covered the same ground as we did on foot, ...


A travel blog entry by katapults on May 04, 2012

11 photos

... machine that played he bells, it was like an oversized music box. At the top the view of Gent was amazing. After the tower we walked over to the Great Meat Hall for lunch. It had once been a covered market for butchers to sell their wares, it now houses a cafe some drying Ganda Hams and their were some artists setting up there paintings while we were having lunch. After lunch we wandered a little further around gent until we found the castle Gravensteen. ...