Royal Stewart Bed & Breakfast

Address: 25-27 Genthof, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
 
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      Beautiful Bruges

      A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... well – sprinkled) on Peter and I from family via email and managed a skype connection with Adrian and family.

      The day improved steadily to sunshine having burnt off most of the mist by about 2pm. The volume of tourists increased incrementally with the improvement in the weather so that by about 12 noon, the

      Given the ship was sailing at 4pm, we had to be back on board by 3:30pm so we ...

      Hitting three countries in one go

      A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Jul 20, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      Today we visited three countries in one day. If that is not impressive enough, then be impressed to know that one of them was Canada. What?!

      Today we drove from Belgium to France to look at the Vimy ridge monument where we spent the first part of our day. This is where we were technically in Canada because France had dedicated this property of land to the Canadians, thanking them for their service to the ...

      Brugge, Day Two (Nathan)

      A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 11, 2010

      22 photos

      ... shop the previous night when it was closed, and it had a chocolate-colored curtain blocking everything past this display, which made it look very dramatic and mysterious. We could also see people actually making chocolates through a window into a kitchen in the back.

      There was also a rather average-looking shop where they told me I couldn't bring in the turkey-and-onion fried thing I'd bought at a stand nearby if it had any smell- as though me browsing for ...

      Belgyumm, Chocolate, Waffles and Beer

      A travel blog entry by goontack on Sep 23, 2010

      58 photos

      ... from the language of love to the **********ed and spoken Flemish, so we were both out of our depths.
      It was only a 1.5 hour trip and before we knew it we were standing in front of a statue with no map wondering which direction to take. Just head towards the big church tower I guess.

      As usual mother nature blessed us with yet another cloudless and sunny day. The only clouds were the many jet streams going in almost every ...

      Skinny tire bikes and 54 "Old Belgian" beer

      A travel blog entry by bassmanms on Feb 22, 2010

      4 comments, 64 photos

      ... after finding the train driver scabs that broke the strike we made it in Brugge. Watching the movie "In Brugge" for the first time, might have been a better idea on the train ride back then on the train there, seeing how it's a dark humor about Brugge in the winter (you know b/c of the drugged-up midget).
      The city is sweet set up in a oblong circumference of canals the cobble streets made ...