Hotel Cavalier

Address: Kuipersstraat 25, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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      Ladies & G(h)entlemen, I present Belgium's finest!

      A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter on Apr 08, 2012

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      If ever there was a part of a multi-stage city break for which the term
      of phrase 'last but not least' best applied, then that accolade could
      quite easily be awarded to Ghent, which was the 3rd and final Belgian
      city visited on this tourist itinerary. Getting there was made so simple
      given the fact that it is on the Brussels - Brugge rail network,
      therefore a stop-off in Ghent early in the afternoon ...

      Belgium, take 2

      A travel blog entry by courtneycostas on Dec 11, 2010

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      ... amazing food, and did a quick bus tour to see the sights before it got dark.

      Brugge is a walled, canal city built around the 1st Century BC. As the canals gradually silted, the city lost access to the sea. After several tries at reviving their economy, Brugge sank into poverty in the early 1800's. It wasn't until the end of the 19th century that it became a tourist destination for the British ...

      Biking in Bruges

      A travel blog entry by baumyj on Jul 15, 2010

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... and carriages and we were told the horses work 1 day then get 2 off. We saw the Governor’s residence and later a new sculpture form a famous Japanese sculptor which is not liked in the city and called the governor’s car wash. Many of the buildings had something on the roof like a snake or mermaid from the days when the houses were not numbered and merchants would be told to sell goods ‘at the place with the snake' etc.

      I had already known that French fries ...

      Modernization Theory

      A travel blog entry by mcm38250 on Sep 04, 2008

      Today Drew and I gave our presentation on the Modernization Theory. I think it went ok. It was not nearly as in depth as the people that went last week, but I think we at least pulled a B. That was pretty much the highlight of my day though. I went over to Alli's after class and we ate dinner. Then I went to bed! Pretty boring day. But I found out my Dad is coming to visit me in November!!!! Super ...

      One week before leaving ...

      A travel blog entry by kdv_travelblog on Jan 09, 2006

      2 comments

      One week from now I depart to Sydney, Australia. I'm very excited, thrilled and a bit tensed at the same time. I look forward to it, and so far have not regretted my decision to undertake this adventure. This is an opportunity, a chance to start again, to take a moment to reflect on my life, to do something exceptional and to open new opportunities for the future. I want to have a good time, meet new people, sense the thrills of travelling, of the unexpected, of being on ...