Hip Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Photos of Hip Bed & Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Hip Bed & Breakfast Brugge
Travel Blogs from Brugge
... window shopping...the only purchases were food, of course :) Belgian cookies, frites, and waffles - all SO good, they must lace the food with something here! Street musicians are common here as well - the best of the day was this cute old man in a bowler hat playing some type of giant medieval music box contraption. There was a little crowd gathering around him, though he obviously chose the cutest audience member to help him play the song :) Lindsay's seductive ...
... anyway haha. On the plus side, GERMANY IS IN THE FINAL WHILE WE’RE IN BERLIN YAAAAAY!!! So that was a really good end to the night for everyone.
I know it sounds like I was being really anti-social spending so much time in the room when everyone else was out, but I was craving some alone time as well. The one aspect of this trip that is taking me a while to get used to, is having constant company, 24/7. As an only child who usually spends quite a bit ...
... the North Sea. The first train was a high speed Thalys train that was continuing on to Paris, we had decided to purchase first class tickets because they were not that much more expensive and we like to be snobs. The train was fast and smooth and we got to Antwerp in about an hour.
The Antwerp station was pretty cool. The train platforms are on multi-levels, the Thalys came in on the lowest level ...
... than our bananas to fill us up. We ended up with the same chocolate covered waffles that we had for breakfast yesterday. We also made an amazing discovery. Four chocolate bars for less than a euro and fifty cents. 400 delicious grams of Belgian milk chocolate. It was really good too.
Our wanderings around the cute town also brought us to the only brewery in town. I believe in English it was called the half moon brewery. We did not do the ...
... most amazing hot chocolate. We also didn't need to feel guilty about holing up in Staminee De Garre, a cozy bar hidden down a narrow alley and famous for it's 12% house beer Tripel De Garre.
Do I wish it would have been sunny? Yes, but rain or shine, Bruges is not to be missed.