Bonobo Apart Hotel

Address: Goezeputstraat 5, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | Hotel
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      Planes, Trains and Automobiles

      A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on Nov 26, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... just around the corner for dinner.

      We followed Arne's directions and sure enough, Tom's Diner was in the middle of a residential street, and one we would have never found without his guidance. It was quite a scene, and there was room only at the bar, which ended up being the best seat in the house! We had a great dinner of baked sole (me) and mussels (ken) before wandering back to our cozy hotel.

      BRUGGE - Belgium's answer to Venice?

      A travel blog entry by ekmask0488 on Jul 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... with WC in the bathroom.
      We celebrated Glenys and Lindsay's birthdays on Saturday 19th at a great new local restaurant highly recommended by the Lady who owned an amazingly popular icecream shop called Da Vinci's. Sunday we had organised a tour to Flanders Fields. This was a long day as we stayed on for the Last Post which is played every night at 8.00pm at the Archway called Menin ...

      "in Brugge". Anyone ever seen the movie?

      A travel blog entry by clarkyreno on Jun 16, 2012

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... reason you can't get it anywhere else is the monks that brew it limit the quantities so much and select where it goes Most Belgium beer is very strong like 10 or 12%. Alcohol. Sneaky little buggars. Beer was called Garre. I did end up talking to this local Belgian couple for about 5 hours about everything! Again this is an experience just like the party train that you can't plan and will stick out to me the most. I sat, talked, laughed, and made ...

      8th May – Brugge then to Gent (prounced Gant

      A travel blog entry by badgerstour on May 08, 2011

      4 photos

      ... full of energy still as they wanted to go back in after dinner. We met a nice couple of guys who were next to us, Bill and Jamie, they are off to Germany near Trier. They have a big Hymer with a funky three wheel car towed behind it. We chatted for a good hour or so, checked each other’s vans out and put the world to rights. Everyone is so friendly when they have a motor home. We have decided ...

      Brugge is Bitchin'

      A travel blog entry by danandwendy on Jun 25, 2010

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... a bar by the hostel called Crash, advertised in our map as some sort of hard rock bar. Expectations were indeed met, although there was a bit too much Aerosmith for Dan's liking. This was compensated for by the best Duvel ever though (so good when fresh).

      Saturday we started off by inspecting the windmills by our hostel on the East end of the city centre. At 10 this supposed souvenir shop opened up, but it turned out to ...