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... Bruges in 1175 AD it turned to liquid! And on to an archeological dig of a castle from 1300 years ago, a church with a sculpture of Mary and Jesus by Michelangelo, the only brewery in Bruges (that brews 'strong Henry' dark beer with a 14% alcohol content), an art museum that for such a small city has an amazing display of primitive Flemish painters, and a former hospice from 1400 AD that is now a museum of Brugge's most famous painter - Hans Memling. Minna found ...
We left Amsterdam at 9.00 and travelled to Bruges via Antwerp. While we waited for our train we were invited to used the lounge, just like the airlines, as we were travelling with Eurorail passes. The first train was very fast and great service then we changed to the slower connection with many stops. When we arrived inBruges we found a map and decided to walk to our hotel. It is not far but we made the mistake of going through the park which ...
... crawling through to the top of the tower, another you've been framed moment! The Belfort houses the bells that chime every 15 minutes, every 2 years they change the chime so in Easter 2014 they'll have a new one. The Belfort is a real historical symbol as well as a really important part of life in Brugge as it still chimes so people know what time it is, it continues to house concerts and it draws a lot of tourists which is ...
... down by local beer(Geoff) did the job! After lunch we strolled around, window shopping , stopping only to buy Geoff some swimming trunks. This proved to be a bad decision as on exiting the shop the heavens opened and we were soon more than a trifle soggy. We opted for an early return and to make our way back to the station via a couple of interesting churches. The churches were our undoing. Soon we were totally lost and with the rain dripping off our noses ...
... the canal, our host Lynn, armed us with self directed tours and we headed off to do the Bruges, Proud World Hertiage walk. It's quite a warm day so it was lovely to sit by the canal side and just watch. Everywhere you look in this city it is postcard perfect. The Old Town is built around the Grote Markt in the centre, dating back to the 10th century, with row upon row of tall, narrow, ornate buildings, once homes, that are ...
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Other places to stay in Brugge
Witte Beerstaat 4, Brugge | Hotelfrom $30
Hertsbergestraat 10, Brugge | Hotel
- Merveilleux week end
- Lovely B & B in the city center
- Beautiful up market b & b
Eekhoutstraat 5, Brugge | Hotelfrom $263
Hoogstraat 10, Brugge | 1 star hotelfrom $119
Markt 17, Brugge | 3 star hotelfrom $203
Sint-Jansplein 6, Brugge | Hotelfrom $255
Zevenbergenlaan 1, Brugge | 3 star hotelfrom $120
Predikherenrei 9b, Brugge | Hotel$98 average