Le Coquin B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Coquin B&B Brugge
Love place.. He has a cat named Indra who is faaat... like the size of a small terrier. The owner is laid back, the place is absolutely lovely, the rooms are massive, the bathroom is excellent.. just love it! Highly recommended.
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... br> We strolled around Brugge at night, which is beautifully lit up. The amazing thing is that it doesn't really get dark until around 10:30, which disorients you. Mac kept thinking that dinnertime was about 3:00 in the afternoon.
Back at the hotel after a long day, we crashed. Perhaps tonight everyone would sleep. Tommye requested some more canal photos, so we added those.
Tomorrow: Last full day in Brugge
Another great way to see Brugge is by boat. There are 12km of canals in this city with over 40 bridges. So this morning I decided to do a boat tour which lasted 3o minutes for only 8 euros. Brugge is often referred to as the Venice of the North. I thought that claim was left to Amsterdam – but who knows? Brugge is also famous for other things – besides beer, chocolate and waffles, of course….but also Belgian lace and ...
... 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 ...
... back towards my hostel, not fast enough though so I got nailed in a torrential downpour. No phased as I was due a shower anyway so I got myself sorted and headed out for an early feed at a genuine French bistrot. Over towards Montmatre again and doing a dame fine job of doing the basics in French as I actually managed to order dinner and a beer almost without English at all. Feeling emboldened after dinner I found another likely little spot, parked up and ...
... Pont des Arts (Lover's bridge), the Louvre surrounds, the Tuileries gardens and the Luxor Obelisk (amongst other things) while giving a good view of the Champs Elysées and the Eiffel Tower from the Place de la Concorde. After the "free" tour everyone (about 30 ppl) tipped Billy about 10 euros, however being the poor student I am I only gave him 2 (even though I think it was worth at least 5, I just didn't have enough change). I didn't feel too bad though, ...