Leonardo Hotel Brugge
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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... Goedzak and it takes 30 minutes to travel the short distance to Damme. I think people were walking faster than the boat! Once we reached the outskirts of Brugge, the views opened up to fields with grazing cows and horses, large windmills turning in the distance and lots of shady poplars along the banks of the canal. An interesting note, the poplar is a relative of the cottonwood and these trees were nicely spreading their ...
... shopping we headed back to the hostel because there was a free tour of the city from a guy named Ty. He was from Brooklyn and very...outgoing. He was definitely American and you could tell by his loud voice and the way he addressed the group of us haha He was definitely a unique one. But we walked all throughout the city and he showed us all the best places to visit and eat. It was 2 hours long but worth all the tips he gave us. We went ...
... of this place. every corner you turn around there's another picturesque scene. i've never seen such a beautiful place before. Being Saturday, there were a lot more tourists and a few with very bad manners not knowing which side of the road to walk so walking on both!
i think we must have walked about 90km today as my feet were saying 'go home, go home' and we did arrive back to our beautiful B&B called the swan. such a beautiful place with amazing decor and a jack ...
Last night, I wrote all about my first day in Brugge, but forgot that I actually did a huge amount of sightseeing too!
Brugge has the nicest architecture I have seen so far. I'm not sure how old it all is, but it is a really well preserved city. Plus, there is rivers/canals winding around everywhere, and so its lovely and lush and green and watery too. Very picturesque!
There is two main squares in Brugge, the Markt and the ...
... we picked up some beverages (I found a cider!) and sat under the lights of the Belfry clock tower as a light drizzle of rain began.
The next day, we walked one of Chad’s infamous pre-planned walking tours of the city. This began with an explanation of the main squares, which includes buildings dating back to the 1300s! There’s always a church or basilica in the tour, and this one was famous for a display of the blood of Christ. After the ...