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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I smile at the irony that I originally planned this solo trip around Brugge to have a break from touring war monuments. Now, I've discovered one that I'm sure Lorne isn't even aware of.
As I walk back to the hotel, I realize that I've appreciated today's long elastic. But now, I'm looking forward to a relaxing evening, sharing our individual discoveries together over a good beer and a tasty dinner.
... with a sense of humor. Sue and Patty wanted to try a Cherry Lager that they had seen the night before and asked the waiter if it was good. His reply was that he didn't know, as it was considered a "lady beer" and he was clearly a man!. Sue, Patty, and Dwight then ordered one. At another point SteveB asked him if they threw any chickens off the top of the bell tower (this is an inside joke that would take to long to explain here). This had to be explained to the waiter and a few ...
... stores, chocolate shops, pastry vendors, creperies (before 5.30), their famous pomme frites at every corner and all manner of cardiac infarcting eateries. Tobacconists are everywhere.
What are two Antipodean innocents to do?
Have an afternoon sleep and go to dinner, that's what.
Will report in tomorrow.
... are very popular, and got our first taste of one when we ordered a bottle of water and chips and the waiter misunderstood, and brought us a Sprtiz and snacks. Turns out there are two versions, with the "sweet" version being made with Aperol and the "bitter" version being made with Campari. Both then have seltzer water and prosecco added. Makes for a nice refreshing drink, and always served with snacks, some better than others. We visited a few cicchetti snack bars, one of which ...
... cafe on site. Would only recommend a visit, though, if you got the two ticket deal with Choco-story, and you had a bit of extra time on your hands.
We did go to two of the more traditional sort of museum, neither of which were particularly memorable!
Our favourite place in Bruges was, perhaps unsurprisingly, a bar. De Garre used to be one of those places known only to locals and passed down from ...