In Bruges Bed & Breakfast

Address: Dweersstraat 30, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
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In Brugge !!!!

A travel blog entry by helen_ellie on Sep 23, 2014

8 comments, 8 photos

... World War because we can relate to it in a closer way. We were three very proud Canadians throughout the whole tour. As well, we met some very nice young people from Australia and from England who made the ride for the day a real delight.

Yesterday was a little chilly here. We were getting quite spoiled with the beautiful weather so far on the trip. However, we haven't been caught in any downpours, fingers crossed we sail through the next ...

Brugge- Venice of the north

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

37 photos

... It attracts some 2 million tourists annually.[23]
The port of Zeebrugge was built in 1907. The Germans used it for their U-boats in World War I. It was greatly expanded in the ...

Germany > France > Luxembourg > Belgium

A travel blog entry by k9nny on Jul 07, 2014

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... in good spirits considering their current success in the World Cup. Dienze was to be our last night under canvas. We shared the campsite with 3 retired Belgian cyclists and a resident family of ducks a ducklings. Between them they had managed to pack more onto their bikes than we had in our car. They quickly established camp, hung a washing line and settled down for the night. It rained during the night, why wouldn’t it? ...

Dragging Suitcases on the Cobble Streets

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 09, 2014

10 photos

... It looked like the midway in my hometown's fair (the largest county fair in the state of Michigan), but smaller and compacted. It was interesting to see the differences.
We checked into the hotel and took a break, got our bearings on the city and what was on our list. At about 3:30, we left the hotel. We walked down the main shopping street that connected our hotel to the city center. Our first attraction was the Historium, a museum ...

Living a Fairytale

A travel blog entry by caroline.burke3 on Apr 17, 2014

27 photos

... we had the nicest guide; an older woman who expressed her pride in Brugge, its rich history, and of course the beer that used to be brewed there (it is now made in a larger brewery in the town). We walked through tight hallways and climbed steep stairways to enjoy a view of the whole town. At the end of the tour, we sampled the local unfiltered version of Half Moon's newest beer, Brugge Zot. It was a delicious blend of orange, hops and other ...