Hotel Martin's Relais

Genthof 4a, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Genthof 4a, Brugge, is near Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum, Town Hall (Stadhuis), Friet Museum, and The Pink Bear Bicycle Company.
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    Travel Blogs from Brugge

    Traveling woes

    A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 29, 2014

    1 photo

    Today was the last day of the Backroads adventure and ended with a short/relaxing ride prior to saying our goodbyes. After a nice breakfast we all got on our bikes for a ride through Bruges. In started so nice, beautiful morning, sun shining and all our group sticking together and riding as a true group of friends that we have become. Right as the ride started someone pointed out that my shoelace was untied. Since I switched to my gym shoes, forgot to double knot/tuck them in and did ...

    Vlissingen to Bruges

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Aug 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it from them, but there was never a point to bring it up and then I didn't think it was nice to talk in French when others could not understand. Even after, he kept remarking that he couldn't believe I was able to speak French.

    He was so nice, even before the discovery, he and Nathalie had invited us to visit them in Switzerland any time. Come to find out they are UPHILL skiers!!! They put sealskin on their skis so that the skis grip ...

    Exploring Canada's Military History in Europe

    A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 22, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... with its white stone (sourced from Croatia we learned) gleaming in the bright sunshine. We spent some time walking around and over its steps, and admired the view from the top of the ridge. When you’re there, it’s obvious why this ridge was so strategically important.

    Interestingly, much of the immediate area is fenced off to the public with electric fences and warning signs to keep out, as there is still a hazard of live ammunition there. ...

    Last stop on the Tour and Homeward bound !

    A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jul 22, 2011

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    ... coach = UK, bus = Aussie and Dual carriage way = UK, Aussie = freeway). It was at this moment that I had absolutely no reserve that I WAS going to visit my mum from whom I have been estranged for the best part of the past 12 years. As the coach made its way into London city I saw familiar landmarks, buildings and vehicles (double Decker buses) and it occurred to me that this was the time in my travels that marked the half way mark in my journey. ...

    Who Knew Our President is only 74% Cocoa?

    A travel blog entry by caseygcrosbie on Aug 27, 2010

    17 photos

    Brugge

    Brugge was one of my first daytrips. As I said in another blog, it only costs 7.50 Euro to take a train anywhere in Belgium, so the easiest way to spend a day is to just choose a city and head out.

    The goal of Brugge is to be an ode to medieval Flemish culture. (read- it's an artificially created historical facsimile designed to drain money from tourists by promoting a stereotyped vision of ...