Graaf van Vlaanderen

't Zand 19, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brugge

Getting there...

A travel blog entry by zachandsarah

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... to call for check in and we start to panic because it looks like check in is only until 6pm. I turn on my phone only to realize (because we hadn't gotten a new sim card) there is no service. We are on a dark street, no one around and everything is closed.

We stood there and ponder for 20 minutes or so and ask all the people who passed by if they had a cell phone. No one said they did. It's about 9:30 at this point. We decided we'd ...

Bruges in the rain

A travel blog entry by kobky

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... on that day, so we decided to take a seat in Craenenburg house, and we never regretted that :D

There are nice parks in the southern side of the old town (which is the end of the boat tour). I can imagine how crowded these parks will be in summer time. Brugges is the wonderful mixture of France, England and Holland. Even in the freezing rain, I helplessly fall in love with this city.
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Saved by 'The Bell'

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures

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... although sad to leave, is keen to remove Master from the temptations of the public bar and his ever increasing resemblance to a retired sumo wrestler. I have a strong suspicion that Mister's waistline will be subject to daily scrutiny as we again venture under the channel.

This year we are heading to central and eastern Europe then south to the heal and toe of Italy and eventually to Sicily for Christmas. The roles are much the same - Mistress, ...

Belg-yum

A travel blog entry by mikeraph

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... time. And the food was great too. Belgium doesn't seem to do main courses; only snacks. Belgian fries (yep, they were invented in Belgium) with mayonnaise, speculoos cookies, chocolate and waffles. It’s pretty much all you need in life.

After Bruges, I moved on to Ghent. Like many smaller cities in Europe, I only knew of it from its football team. De Buffalos ftw. But it’s a really cool city; definitely my favourite ...

Joyeux Noell

A travel blog entry by michele_6169

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... and the wardrobe....just spectacular. There was also castles and bridges and a huge slide where kids were whizzing past laughing. We spent about an hour wandering around enjoying the scene before heading out into the heat ( and fogged up glasses). Well worth seeing.

Off wandering again we went into another church where they have a Michelangelo statue ( I thought many of the others were as good but I am no expert) then about 130 it ...

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