St Jacobs B & B

Address: Oude Zak, Brugge, West Flanders, Belgium | B&B
 
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      Bring on the calories

      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 06, 2015

      6 comments

      ... different jacket, since the green one stood out so much and instantly identified me as a tourist, but had been hesitant to do so because of the cost and the headache of shipping the green one back home. Yesterday the decision was made for me. Haven't bought a new jacket yet (bruges is very expensive) but will get one at my next destination tomorrow.

      Next stop was Kortrijk. Kortrijk is the town's dutch name, but it's known as courtrai in english, and ...

      Google Maps is Such a Liar!

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 27, 2014

      174 photos

      ... the second largest brick building in the world at 122.3 meters tall. The altarpiece is home to one of the most celebrated pieces of art in Belgium; Michelangelo's Madonna and Child (the sculpture from the Monuments Men). The sculpture was made in 1504 and was probably meant for Sienna Cathedral. The Madonna of Brugge differs from the artist's earlier representations of the subject in that the child is walking away from Mary and she is not looking at ...

      All Day in Bruges, Belgium!

      A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 24, 2014

      3 comments, 44 photos

      ... he returned to the table with a pair of binoculars and looked through them at the tower. He was asked if he was checking to see if they were throwing chickens off the tower and he said "No, Chicks!" Anyway, he was a lot of fun.

      After dinner, we went for a walk around town and did some shopping for chocolates. You can't come to Belgium without buying chocolate! So, we did buy some chocolates and we also bought some desserts to enjoy on the square. A typical dessert here is ...

      A Belfry, a Boat, and a Beer

      A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 17, 2014

      81 photos

      ... were supposed to go to -- or if we were even at the right train station -- but ultimately we figured it out with about five minutes to spare.

      As with Brussels, I mostly know of Brugge's medieval history and little of its modern life apart from the Western Front (it's thanks to WWI that we're not going to Ypres/Ipres). Visiting a city that I feel I know so well, yet have never before seen (in any medium, really), is a bit like ...

      Four countries, one week, one incredibly long post

      A travel blog entry by meganandpatrick on Jun 01, 2014

      4 comments, 61 photos

      ... the Place de la Contrescarpe at the top of Rue Mouffetard for our first noissettes (shots of espresso with a splash of milk). I think we're going to ask Peets to start making these at home. Afterwards we stopped at a beer week location in the neighborhood to pick up a bottle of French craft beer to have later, and enjoyed another bottle there at the shop. We Metro-ed to the Rue Cler, where we strolled along taking in the various fromageries, boulangeries, patisseries, boucheries, ...