Lady Jane B&B

Address: Carmerstraat 11, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | 3 star b&b
 
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        Bruge - medieval house

        A travel blog entry by squashgizmo on Sep 07, 2015

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        Left Mechelen on the train for Bruge, via "Ghent St Peters" (3.15pm) - went to wrong platform, or it got changed. So had to quickly go down & up the stairs for the other platform with our heavy suitcases again.
        Arrived in Bruge at 4.35pm.
        Got a taxi from the station (was a Mercedes van) E9.60 took about 20 minutes to get to our ...

        Amsterdam to Brugge

        A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 05, 2013

        20 photos

        ... long this will last us. A little hungry, we picked up a waffle with Nutella from one of the many stands in the town. The waffle was good, but the taste was overshadowed by the Nutella. We will have to get another with just whipped cream, so we can really enjoy the buttery waffle taste! We found one bar, De Garre, down a tiny alley off the main road. When reading the closed for vacation announcement, a group of students came by, exclaiming their great disappointment at the ...

        Chocolate and waffles and beer - oh my!

        A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Aug 23, 2012

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        ... many from the 1600's. They're beautiful and ornate, with statues and exquisite details. However, the square is dominated by the Town Hall, which was built in the 1400's (and survived a serious cannon beat-down by Louis the 14th in 1695). The tower is 300 feet high and and is topped by golden statue; incredible. We had lunch at a cafe in the square and of course had to partake in some Belgian beer - Maes is a light pilsner and was a perfect compliment to the sunny day ...

        In Bruges (Come on, I had to...)

        A travel blog entry by luciferm on Aug 10, 2011

        ... the Bellfry tower & 2 churches. Unfortunately Belgian opening times thwarted my attempts to see Christ's dried blood and Michelangelo's sculpture of Madonna & child, but walking around, seeing the canal & various metal sculptures, yeah, twas nice. Don't go to the McDonalds there though. Takes an age to get served.

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        We (heart) Gent part 1

        A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Jun 30, 2010

        ... to cooperate the following day as well, but we made the
        best of it by hitting the streets. The above area is Gent's city
        center; the water of the Leie is lined on ...