Bonobo Apart Hotel

Address: Goezeputstraat 5, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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    Day trip to Brussels

    A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Nov 07, 2014

    ... before we go on stage). Today's rehearsal is with the same 300 people as our Ghent rehearsal, but this time with the performance conductor, soloists and full orchestra. Twas a lengthy affair, standing for 2 hours, but the sound is quite something, given the accoustics in the Basilica - and that's with only 300 voices! The Basilica is the 5th largest church in the world and predominantly brick and marble inside, so it has a cavernous interior and very echoey acoustics. (due to ...

    In Brugge

    A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon on Apr 16, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... We won't recount the story because there really isn't one, lots of bad acting, but at least an interesting look at what Brugges would have looked like in the 15th century. We normally don't go for these kind of things, but it came highly recommended by our host. Also nice that there was a bar at the end of the museum where we sampled three different much- needed beers. Sticking with the beer theme, we next bought some tickets for a brewery ...

    Computer fry up moves us to 5 Star, darn it!

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jul 03, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... them. They had an English section too and prices were around 3 euro. I was tempted but don't have the room or time to read, as much as I would love to curl up with a book.

    Our lunch was delicious; carrot soup and tasty organic bread, followed by a mega toast with chicken, bacon, ham, cheese, and tomato. I say lunch as it was 3:30 pm by the time we got there to eat. They had nice cafe jazz music playing and it ...

    To Tea with my Bonne Mammy

    A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Nov 12, 2012

    2 photos


    When I was small, having tea with my Bonne mammy was one of my most favorite pastimes. The stories, the company and of course the delicious cakes were irresistible to a young girl.

    In the past my Bonne Mammy et Bon Papa would traveling across the Atlantic to see all of us in the USA. Now it is my turn to return the favor; to journey across the Atlantic to
    have tea while sharing pictures and stories with my Bonne Mammy.

    The chariot ...

    Belgium is so sweet

    A travel blog entry by saaimas on Oct 25, 2011

    10 photos

    ... question. But we had to ask :). The mussels were still sandy, and nowhere near the quality we had in Scotland. The pasta was extraordinary though. So creamy. On top of that, we had Belgian pancakes and waffles, absolutely smothered in icing sugar. They were tasty, but again, the pancake was not as good as the Parisian crepe.

    After brunch we stopped off at the tourist info office, which had no useful information whatsoever. So ...