Hip Bed & Breakfast

Address: Werfstraat 99, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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    Belgium's beauty, Bruges

    A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jul 17, 2015

    ... the trip we would search for it). Later we took to the bar for a trivia night. We met two fun gals from Ireland, Cathy and Ciara, who became our teammates for our impressive last place placement. I retired to bed a bit early after my rough start to the day.

    The next day we wandered back into town, spent some time at the market in the centre of town and enjoyed the rain. We then went on a walking tour and ...

    The Low Countries

    A travel blog entry by willmj on Jun 16, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... before catching another bus to Zaandam to see the windmills. It was a good 40 mins bus journey each way and through some very industrial areas and with each corner turned we became increasingly concerned that the windmills were fictitious. And then, at the end of the line, we climbed off the bus and lo and behold - the windmills!

    Tomorrow we move to Hong Kong for a very brief stay so my blogging could be limited.


    A Belgian Tour: Medieval and Modern

    A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 12, 2015

    19 photos

    ... monument stops on the afternoon agenda. What has hit us most as we drive through the countryside is the sheer number of roadside cemeteries. There are small grave sites in many locations, a testament to the toll of the conflict and also to the commitment to remembrance, as each one is tidy and well kept. Our WWI loop would take us in an arc around Ypres (site of three major battles involving Canadian soldiers) to see some of ...


    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 13, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Zot, meaning the fool of Bruges. Following that was the first Trappist beer, Trappist meaning brewed by the monks. It was Called Westmalle 1831 and was triple fermented, defiantly one of the better ones! Next was another Trappist beer, a Chimay Peres. This was a darker beer, and Tom wasn't a great fan, meaning I got around 3/4 of this one, which was 9%! Finally, the tasting finished on a real low! We tried the Hoegaarden. Now it wasn't that I didn't like the beer, but the ...

    Amsterdam, a surprising place!

    A travel blog entry by kwolf319 on Sep 22, 2014

    ... hair and beard. Steve said 'No wonder Ziva (on NCIS) goes for those guys' He was a wonderful unique male specimen that Steve was able to say NO thankyou to buying me a new bauble.... I don't think his size or good looks had anything to do with that decision... BUT he did show us a chocolate diamond of 2 carat size and explained the RED diamonds where the most valuable. We both learned a lot and ...