B&B 't Walleke
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... French, Brugge is Flemish/Dutch. So when I greeted the innkeeper with a cheery "Bonjour, je m'appelle Denise," I was given a stony stare and a greeting of "Hello. You can speak English." Note to self: the Flemish are not charmed by my first-grade French.
It is unseasonably gorgeous here- 68F, sunny blue skies, and breathtaking fall colors- so we opted for lunch canalside at an outdoor cafe. We stuffed ourselves full of ...
... in the Netherlands. We continued walking along the outer edge of the city along a manmade waterway that surrounded everything. Once we made it back down to the south— where we had started— we walked back toward the center of the city, stopping at a small restaurant for dinner.
At that point, we had pretty much covered all the sights Bruges had to offer, so we decided to meander a little more, have dessert, and figure out what to do. We ...
The sun came out this morning - and disappeared again late afternoon.
Not cold yet, still hovering around the 9-16 deg each day.
Started with a continental breakfast at out BnB, then straight to the Bell Tower before the crowds.
The spiral staircase leading up was very narrow and steep with 366 stairs - making it very difficult when people crossed going down/up.
Made it to the top for ...
... a glass of wine.
We are up for breakfast and then off to visit Brugges. This is a city that goes back to the 11th and 12th century. I'm in history heaven here. Brugges became important as a trade and financial mecca of the north. There was plenty of wealth here and the local guilds and merchants built very large homes and businesses on the main square. We went and did the History Museum. This was one of the best museums we have been in. It ...
... NZ, that is!). There are bicycles everywhere - everyone has a bicycle....and Ghent has the largest car free centre in Belgium...and believe me, there were hardly any in the centre of Bruges!
We stayed on a campsite in a suburb called Blaameersen. It sits in the middle of a sports and recreation area. If you go out the entrance, there is a 2km stretch of water about 100m wide, around which is an oval running track, then a cycling ...