Maison Printaniere Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... center we realized there were many chocolate shops and we should probably try at least one piece of chocolate in every shop we passed. Best. Idea. Ever. I am so pleased with my life choices. After filling up on chocolate and seeing some wonderful old churches we stopped for some real food. Of course we needed some dessert with our lunch so we had waffles! Fun fact: waffles are not a breakfast food here, they are a dessert. As you might already know, ...
... back to hotel. Had some munchies and a drink and a snooze on the bean bags. Left for dinner after 8pm. Decided to take a carriage ride around Brugge. Driver called Astrid and horse was Falco. Both were lovely. Tour went for half an hour with a 5 min stop for horse to have a drink and something to eat. Megan and Sara would be happy. Only thirty nine euros. Had dinner in a restaurant ...
... This is a beautiful church which is said to house a vial of the blood of Jesus. The atmosphere was solemn; it was nice to escape the bustle of Bruges. It eventually found it's way to us though in the form of a heaving throng of tourists. We lit a candle to pay our respects and slipped out the back. We then headed back to the main square to climb the Belfry. Another portion of frites later and we had the energy to drag ...
The first weekend away of the year. And off on the Eurostar to Belgium. The land of chocolate and waffles. Yum. Still being February, in theory not the peak tourist season, although the train leaving London on Friday afternoon was completely packed! South East England was fairly dull, lots of grey fields and the signs of some unfortunate flooding. 20 minutes under the sea and we were in France. A quick stop in Lille and by 7pm UK time (8pm Belgian time) we were ...
... placed raised rivets, that I can only imagine used to be turned using an oak tree as a key by the hunchback these sort of places seem to come with. Nowadays it’s mechanised but still plays out the glorious chimes that fill the Brugian air daily.
I reached the top and with the crisp, gushing air flowing freely – like god sent gift aid for my fledging state – I was able to take in the quite empowering sight of what appeared to be the ...