Hotel Wilgenhof

Address: Polderstraat 151, Brugge, West Flanders, 8310, Belgium | 2 star b&b
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        Bruges - sorry Kids, no inheritance.

        A travel blog entry by gsf on Sep 09, 2015

        1 comment, 19 photos

        ... They were eating racellete style( melted cheese). I'm going to buy one of those cookers when we get home. A gluten free fondue was no problem and we dipped little potatoes in to our pepper enhanced cheese. Very nice! (Wine wasn't too bad either.) A lovely walk back through the Town in the warm evening air and we decided to finish a perfect day with coffee in the exquisite Hotel lounge. We ordered and then waited a fair time starting to think ...

        Peeing in Brussels and Swans in Bruges

        A travel blog entry by kdworldtravels on Jun 26, 2015

        2 photos

        ... waffle hunt. Successful we sat in the middle of tourist town, the Grand Place, and shoved fresh waffles smeared with fruit and Nutella. The nice thing about getting terribly lost the day before was that I was had become familiar with the historic center and surrounding area which meant I looked as if I knew what I was doing and where I was going.

        Wanting to get a bit of context we joined a free walking tour and had nearly three hours of ...

        Brugge, Beer and Chocolate! And Chocolate! And...

        A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Apr 25, 2015

        34 photos

        ... up for our evening brewery tour.

        The brewery tour at the Half Moon Brewery, with guide Marlene, turned out to be way more fun and informative than we had anticipated. We climbed several flights of stairs as we saw how things are done now and how they used to be done, ending up on the roof with a panoramic city view. Down several flights as we saw more, then a culminating beer in their bar. An added bonus was that the group just ahead of us was a group of guys from northern ...

        So long's Bruges's time to shine!

        A travel blog entry by mauza on Nov 26, 2014

        17 photos

        ... row of quaint homes, retail small or large and restaurants, eateries galore.One never gets lost, just look for the famous "Belfry" and head in that direction. The most important of Bruges’ towers stands 83 metres tall. It houses a treasure-chamber, an impressive clock mechanism and a carillon with 47 silvertoned bells. Your reward after a climb up the tower’s 366 stairs is a breathtaking and ...


        A travel blog entry by paulandbre2014 on Sep 06, 2014

        We were able to sneak down to Bruge for a day, the city is UNESCO listed and has historic houses everywhere. We didn't do a lot here, just looking around the city was more then enough. A very nice place just to people watch, mainly tourist try to take the perfect shot. Being there on a Saturday, it was market day! Full of amazing goods, but most importantly WAFFLES! We would love a waffle maker for a welcome home ...