Lace Hotel

Address: 't Zand 5, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | 2 star hotel
 
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      We just had...

      A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... a couple pieces to try, we HAD to get about 8. Life's hard sometimes. Bruges is often labeled "the cutest town in Europe." Looks like we're not the only ones that figured it would be a great spot to visit during Christmastime... the streets are packed with tourists! Luckily, if you venture off on any of the side streets the crowds thin out and there is still plenty to see. This place is amazing, every turn amazes and there is always something beautiful to ...

      Brugge, the Medieval City. Belgium.

      A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 15, 2014

      ... path. The pubs are warm and serve good quality Belgian beer, and the food seems to be filling and wholesome. The town managed to maintain a "medieval" feel, without being too pretentious about it. Melissa walked into a lace shop (not shoe laces, but that white flowery **** that old ladies drape over everything), to buy something for her nan. Now, I'm not sure who usually buys lace, but I'm fairly certain it's not 30y/o Australians wearing cargo pants and ...

      Chocolate, beer and Flemish stew

      A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on Jun 27, 2014

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      Tuesday was another early rise to take the 4 hour return trip to Bruges for the day. Bruges had buldings marked from as far back as 1200. It's called 'Little Venice' due to the canal that runs through it with 39 bridges to cross. The canal cruise took us past little houses, churches and shops facing onto the river, iron arched gates built into the walls lining the canals, willow trees, flocks of swans (apparently some special person ...

      Four countries, one week, one incredibly long post

      A travel blog entry by meganandpatrick on Jun 01, 2014

      4 comments, 61 photos

      ... in buses. The captains' somewhat jarring landings at every stop, and watching people literally run and jump the gap to catch their boats provided some entertainment as we navigated the city. The vaporettos also provided a cheap and easy way to tour the city, with a couple of the lines going the length of the Grand Canal, and others going out and around the "head" and "tail" of the fish that is the conglomerate of islands making up Venice. Off of the water, we spent a lot of ...

      Bruges (Brugge), Belgium

      A travel blog entry by jamesupdike on Feb 15, 2014

      108 photos

      ... to have a piece of cloth with the Blood of Jesus Christ on it. The Basilica itself was beautiful, but it was cool to see this relic and the altar that they had it on as well.

      On the way to the city park, we walked down a "chocolate street," that had shop after shop full of Belgian chocolate. The best part is that most of them give out free samples, so if you walk in, and look around for a bit, you can pretty much get as ...