Guesthouse The Eden Rose
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... for our gourmet meals, tasted a couple of their 400 beers they produce, enjoyed their cafes and took a canal tour to learn a bit more about the city. It was occupied during the war but not bombed, so it had loads of old world charm.
One of their churches houses one of the 3 remaining statues of 'Madonna and Child", so we enjoyed the cafe on the street, while Helen popped in for a gander.
We also found a Haagen Daz ...
... but later that night the Dutch made up for it. Lots of tourists in town on the weekend, and heavy rain on Sunday meant that the shops did a roaring trade. On Monday we took the paddle steamer up the old canal to the village of Damme, then walked in the countryside, along the canal to Oostkerk before returning to Bruges. Today a bike ride and tomorrow off to ...
... holds about 30 people and off we went for a half hour cruise. Wow – it was so so beautiful and I took loads of photos – definitely recommend that to anyone.
We roamed the streets a bit longer then decided to head back to the Markt and sample a Belgian beer – we didn’t want to leave it too late to get back to the ship so didn’t go any further afield.
We settled ourselves in another restaurant ...
... is a lot of very old cool building in brugge and a lot of history. I could walk the quaint streets and canals for hours, theres awesome parks to just chil and enjoy the sun and some amazing belgium beer. so I dont like beer in nz but because I was in belgium I had to try some I had been recomended to try the fruit beers, well I didnt actually like the fruit beers but I did take quite a liking to some beers especially the trapist beers brewed by monks. but definitely ...
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The city was founded in the 13th Century and unravaged by war its historic buildings are as ‘real’ as you’re ever likely to see elsewhere. With a history steeped in Catholicism, its architecture is characterised by the imposing brick gothic and the two collide majestically in the form of the Church of Our Lady and ...