Royal Stewart Bed & Breakfast

Address: Genthof 27, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
 
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    A travel blog entry by craftyannie on May 11, 2015

    73 photos

    ... we scanned the shore line, sure enough. There was a fellow in his yard industriously doing him thing. This stretch of river is beautiful of course and this was a perfect time of year in that the colours were still bright and crisp and the air has had no chance to develop any summer time heat haze. We saw many trees along the river apparently growing right out of the water which made us wonder if the river is unusually high or if these ...

    Beergium

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 13, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Just a day to chill.

    A travel blog entry by levinson5 on Jul 31, 2012

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    ... anymore!

    Brugge is beautiful. The architecture is so unique - intricate moulding on every building. Each hotel employee, taxi driver, restaurant worker all the say the same thing - Brugge is busy busy busy, and is ALWAYS busy busy busy. No recession here, I guess. That's good.

    The damp weather stuck with us from Ireland, however, and we are still wishing for rain boots. I think the weather is looking up for tomorrow, and ...

    Flanders Fields & Harry Potter

    A travel blog entry by lesliemac451 on Jul 13, 2011

    12 photos

    ... had been for rain all day, we only had a few showers, and the rest of the time it was simply cloudy and cool.
    Tomorrow we leave for Paris, and I hope to capture some fireworks on Bastille Day. With luck, I'll figure out a way to post pictures. (I have downloaded a free copy of Adobe Elements 9, and hopefully I'll be able to convert some RAW images to JPEG and post the JPEGs on the blog).
    That is it for now.
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    Brewery, strawberry waffle, moving Michelangelo

    A travel blog entry by jojorockstar on Jul 21, 2010

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    After a breakfast I no longer remember, I left my bag at the desk and went into town to see what I could do before getting a train to Brussels and then a TGV to Paris. I really wanted to get a package sent off to Pat as well. I couldn't get a canal cruise, so I went to tour the Brugge Zot Brewery. I had to sign up for the 11 am tour and had almost an hour to kill, so I went to the cathedral and saw a beautiful Michelangelo.

    Afterwards, I saw ...