Hotel Imperial

Address: Dweersstraat 24, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brugge


A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on May 25, 2015

... city. We finished the day with a picnic in the park in front of the windmills. A perfect way to finish our last proper day in Bruges. Day 4 - so apparently Belgium loves a train strike so the trains to Brussels were not an option. So we decided to hire a car and have a little road trip from Bruges to Belgium. As the only two over 25 Analise and I were the cheapest driver options so I volunteered and drove our little Peugeot to Brussels. Thanks Bruges for a great few ...

Friday; a great day for a bike ride

A travel blog entry by indygg on Oct 17, 2014

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We had to get up and moving early(10:15 lol!) to meet our bicycle tour guide, it was just us; a bonus of coming in the off season! We rode thru Brugge and out to the countryside a few miles to Damme, a medieval town on the canal with windmills and very quaint. We saw a sundial in action, and a WW2 bunker, and had lunch at a little ...

In Brugge's

A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jun 27, 2014

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We said goodbye to London and jumped on the VFT. To quote Maxwell Smart "would you believe...this stands for very fast train?" An hour and a half later after travelling under the English Channel we arrived at Lille in the North of France. Here we picked up our small mobile home for the next 28 days. Equipped with a double bed and a small sink, where to shower was the only question that remained. Needless to say the first hour driving around the ...

Auf Wiedersehen, Germany! Hallo, Belgium!

A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Apr 29, 2013

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... the underground tunnels and see parts that we hadn't seen on other castles. We browsed a village cookoo clock store and learned all about cookoo's, thanks to an energetic store clerk.

We drove on to Burg Eltz (burg means castle). Missed the shuttle (of course), but met a local woman walking home from work. She walked us to the castle and practiced her English with us. She was so happy to chat with us. And lemme tell ya, ...

Some Embarrassing Moments for Me

A travel blog entry by bmlevinson on Jul 31, 2012

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... town, on a search for dessert. I was vying for chocolate, the girls for ice cream. I gave in to ice cream once I saw that the the ice cream shop had Haagen Daz cookie dough chip in stock. Heaven in a cone. While we were eating our ice cream, we started walking around Bruge. The city is really beautiful. It was an old medieval town. You can still see traces of that in some places. For example, on our walk we saw three churches within ...