De Barge Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDe Barge Hotel Brugge
Room clean and comfortable, if a bit small - but it is a boat
Location is on the edge of the city, but just a 15 minute walk to the centre
Easy to find by car and has parking
Breakfast is adequate
Dinner expensive for the quality
Staff quite friendly and helpful
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We left Amsterdam early in the morning and headed to Bruges, Belgium for a stop on the way to Paris. Bruges is a charming little city. After we arrived, we stopped at the Church of Our Lady and saw Michelangelo's Madonna of Bruges. Afterwards we headed to the Crowne Plaza where we enjoyed Belgian chocolate, beer, food, and sites. Belgium is a beautiful place, and I hope to return their ...
... colorful window frames juxtaposed to brick and stone that is hundreds of years old, stunning wood working -- it was all incredibly lovely. We got a little mist during the tour, and from then on the rain was off and on most of the day.
After our tour it was time to explore. We popped into multiple different chocolate shops and sampled some of their specialties - Lindsay's favorite today was called a "Pralinette". The lace shops were also fun to look at! We ...
... to the train station, so we ended up being glad we left when we did. We continued our train journey to Bruges, arriving in time for Dennis to watch some games and work for a few hours, then we grabbed a quick dinner and called it a night.
We set out to explore Bruges all day on May 2. Bruges, like Ghent, is filled with canals, cobblestones and charm. The day was cold and windy, but that was the only downside to an otherwise completely lovable ...
... which was a little interesting but I do not think it was worth the price we paid. You got to see a praline chocolate being made and got to try one, which redeemed it a little. But it had lego displays.
That night was a free walking tour and I was not sure if I was going to do it. But I thought why not it may change my opinion of Bruges. I am glad that I did as I had so much fun that night. The tour itself was a well-oiled act by the guide but it was still funny ...
... stopped about 30 mins down the road to get lunch. Caleb was finding the motorhome a bit cumbersome to drive, as it is quite long and high, and of course everything is on the otherside. We were very glad we had invested in the GPS as it made things a lot easier, and it tells you exactly when to turn and even has a sign of what is coming up. Later on we stopped at shopping centre, and bought pillows, and also some speakers for the ...