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Address: Dweersstraat 26, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Passage Brugge

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      Travel Blogs from Brugge

      The one and only Retsin's Lucifernum

      A travel blog entry by bekstaarr on Jun 19, 2010

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... black wooden doors, with a bell - so i rang and waited. While i was waiting to see if i would be let in (apparently he's really choosy on who he lets in) i realised that i really did look like a tourist - back pack, camera, hat, walking shoes and map in hand. Oh, great! Anyhoo, the next thing i know, i hear this bang of wood, and a (bit of a mad) voice - i look up to see a face peeking through a tiny wooden opening in the door that i hadn't noticed before, exclaiming to come ...

      Brugge

      A travel blog entry by m-and-c on Nov 03, 2008

      11 photos

      ... it down to breakfast by 12pm let alone 10am! A visit to Bruges would not be complete until you have bought about a tonne of their Belgium chocolate. Just walking into one of their shops is hypnotic enough. Some places are making the chocolates right in front of your eyes. Mmm delicious! Of course we could not resist temptation either and on our last day we bought enough boxes to satisfy any chocoholics fantasy! You can't leave Bruges without making a visit to ...

      Long day........

      A travel blog entry by tomsmidlife on Sep 16, 2006

      1 comment

      ... bar closed at 12 (it stayed open later than most- this now explains why Londoners start to drink immediately at the close of work, they have fewer hours to do so- here I thought they were all lushes) we walked about and talked some more. Carmello works in theatre (something vague that sounds to me like all around backstage costume/prop/stagedoor man kinda thing- but hey, in London, after a few pints, at midnight, in a Maltese accent, it worked for me). We sat on a fountain ...

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