Hotel Het Bloemenhof

Address: Damsesteenweg 96, Brugge, West Flanders, 8380, Belgium | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Brugge

    Chocolate, Waffles, and Beer

    A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Nov 05, 2014

    10 photos

    We spent today exploring this wonderful town of Bruge. Or Bruges. Or Brugge. Or Brugges. The poor town is confused as to how it's name is spelled. We'll go with Bruges. It's an absolutely adorable quaint historic shipping town with lots of beautiful buildings, canals, and cobbled streets. We parked our car outside the city proper at the main train station, and walked through a gorgeous park to get the city centre. We passed some really impressive churches (there are so many of those ...

    Vlissingen to Bruges

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Aug 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a small roundabout. Everybody was outside enjoying the sights.

    While all along the trip, Dutch Bike tours had provided us a bike route map, after Sluis, it just told us "You are now in Belgium! For directions to Brugge you need this information. From Knoppunt 55 you will follow the Knoppuntter on your bike: 55-56-19-18-17-16-25-13-14-15-08-03-02- 01." The subtext being: we are DUTCH Bike Tours, not BELGIAN Bike Tours and you are thus on ...

    Exploring Canada's Military History in Europe

    A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 22, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... visited the small visitor centre with various interesting displays, while waiting for a guided tour of the Canadian and German trenches (which are still there) as well as a "subway" on the Canadian side. The subway is a 1.4 km long tunnel that was dug to bring men and supplies to the front line, undetected by the Germans.

    One of the things I’ve been struck by on this trip is the vast amount of human effort, ingenuity, and creativity that has ...

    Not so Dark Ages....

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 07, 2014

    21 photos

    On the way to the train station, we stopped at McDonalds for breakfast. Unfortunately, their food wasn't any better in England than it is in Hawaii. We took the local train to London's Paddington Station, the "tube" to St. Pancras and then had a two hour wait for the Eurostar to Brussels. The Eurostar took us under the English Channel in the "Chunnel", I slept through the experience, ...

    I never met a potato I didn't like....

    A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed on May 19, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... It reminded me of smaller versions of Salzburg and parts of Prague, with its richness in culture, old buildings, and churches. The main square was like almost all other main squares I've been to in Europe, filled with artists and "live statues" strategically placed waiting for tourists to surrender their money.

    I have to admit that they were right - Brugge is a must visit if you're in these ...