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TravelPod Member ReviewsNicky's Bed & Breakfast Brugge
I had an enjoyable meal here in the restaurant here, and although I was not staying at the BnB, Nicky is very friendly and hospitable, and nothing was too much trouble. Dank u wel Nicky!
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Once again we were stepping foot through the gates of Kings Cross St Pancras to board the Eurostar train across the channel to Belgium. After a short 2 hour trip we arrived in the capital, Brussels to catch a connecting train to Brugge only 50 minutes away. Once in Brugge we caught a taxi to avoid the rain to our B&B situated just inside the …
... window shopping...the only purchases were food, of course :) Belgian cookies, frites, and waffles - all SO good, they must lace the food with something here! Street musicians are common here as well - the best of the day was this cute old man in a bowler hat playing some type of giant medieval music box contraption. There was a little crowd gathering around him, though he obviously chose the cutest audience member to help him play the song :) Lindsay's seductive ...
... here for a visit, it’s the sort of place that you can spend days just wandering the streets and canals, soaking in the culture. It was a fantastic change from Paris, where a lot of the people were pushy and rude. Everyone in Brugge was laid-back and just intent on enjoying life, the only exception being the occasional grumpy old man who rang the bell on his bike madly to make the silly tourists let him through. But I can’t rave enough about this beautiful town, ...
... from the States. The fries were so good and we enjoyed them with a new beer.
Right now we have the possibility of being in bed by eleven. We are going to take advantage of it.
# of countries: 9
# of cities: 25
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 27
... Lightweight by Belgian standards – the next beers we had with our amazing cheese and charchuterie plates were 9% and 11%! And they were cheap too! Only 4 euros (6 AUD) for the most expensive one. The tripel beer we had was delightfully tasty, and we learned from our waiter the correct way to pour a beer (in order to preserve the taste and aroma of the beer).
Full of beer and cheese, we ambled home to drop off our shopping (beer and ...