Maison Printaniere Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... powerful city nations of the time. In the 15th Century, the city was a centre for the Hanseatic League. The old town, with its wealth of buildings from the 15th and 16th Centuries, has UNESCO World Heritage status. Bruges is a circular tangle of medieval streets surrounded by canals and moats - almost impossible NOT to get lost! Today - ...
... on display in the church and is basically a tube containing a piece of cloth with Jesus' blood. Interesting!
And lastly I toured the Frites Museum. This museum tells you all about potatoes and how Belgium created the french fry, or maybe not, but those living in Belgium say they make the best frites.
The rest of the late afternoon I spent wandering the streets looking in all the little shops. Each lace ...
We spent today exploring this wonderful town of Bruge. Or Bruges. Or Brugge. Or Brugges. The poor town is confused as to how it's name is spelled. We'll go with Bruges. It's an absolutely adorable quaint historic shipping town with lots of beautiful buildings, canals, and cobbled streets. We parked our car outside the city proper at the main train station, and walked through a gorgeous park to get the city centre. We passed some really impressive churches (there are so many of those ...
... comfy but no internet which is a bit of a bummer. Oh well. Very dark going under English Channel. Takes a while to do as well. The train trip went well and we got in about midday. Got the hire car from a shop in the train station which made it very easy. Had been upgraded to a Mercedes which was a nice surprise. Decided to pay extra for a nil excess for insurance. Decided to have lunch in the square near ...
... I had the luxury of two baths a day - yippee. It was wonderful lying in the warm bath looking through the skylight at the gauze like clouds scrolling along giving way to blue patches framing the weathered brick chimney. Like the clouds drifting, my mind happily started to wander and think about the history of the house and area and imagine what life must have been like in the busy medieval city of Bruges. I love the style of these houses with ...