Portinari Hotel

Address: T Zand 15, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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    A travel blog entry by sandybird on Sep 07, 2015

    14 photos

    ... which he has recorded the most touching of songs, a real tear-jerker. The whole concert was a magical experience in a magical city! A group dinner at Belle Epoch where many enjoyed Flemish fare was a happy finish to a memorable day. Another early start and the group caught a bus, train and then a tram to the city of Ghent, using a ticket Chris had purchased the day before at an information bureau. This is the town which has the Ghent Altarpiece hanging in its cathedral, ...

    In Brugge (Bruges)

    A travel blog entry by ivrb on Jun 23, 2015

    2 comments, 66 photos

    ... it is light until almost 11.00pm.

    Our next day was a little wet so we decided to kick back for the morning at our B&B. We went out at lunchtime as the rain had cleared (or so we thought) in search of a hot bowl of soup. As we were enjoying our soup the rain again appeared so we decided to head back to our B&B. Disappointing, as Ivor had hoped to climb the Belfry tower which he’d been unable to do the previous day when they closed entry ...


    A travel blog entry by lisajanehowell on Apr 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... lived for 7 centuries. Beguines were women who lived like nuns but did not take religious vows. In 1937, the beguinage became a monastery for the Benedictine sisters who still live there now.

    Windmills: There are 4 remaining windmills in Bruges, dating from the 18th century. They look pretty cool and you can literally climb up them and explore. No fences, no protection. We have decided that Australians are big fuddy-duddies and sooks ...

    Waffles, frites and chocolate

    A travel blog entry by daily4 on Nov 26, 2014

    24 photos

    ... to get out of said downpour), eating waffles and frites, freezing my knickers looking at ice sculptures, offending French people (I really need to learn some social skills), taking brilliant Canadian run photo tours, respecting a fantastic World War I photo exhibit and setting off store alarms while trying on coats.

    All in, a good ...

    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 ...