No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of T' Putje
TripAdvisor Reviews T' Putje Brugge
Travel Blogs from Brugge
... hand sewn lace and more chocolate shops than you can count.
From the Burg, where we saw the gorgeous city hall, we walked along the Rozenhoedkaai which may be one of the most beautiful views. I think it makes the perfect postcard.
We paused for lunch and had the traditional Brugge lunch of mussels steamed in aromatics, french fries, and (of course) a local beer.
After that yummy lunch, we headed over to the Church of our Lady. This ...
... over to me and asked if I had taken her photo and I explained that I did and that I thought she was going to go right into the fountain. Next thing I know both she and her boyfriend seemed to want us to take their picture in the fountain, so they both got in and we took their photos (see our photos from today).
Finally, it was time to make the last push into Bruges, which is only about an hour from Ypres. We arrived in Bruges around ...
... in a real high. We really loved what Brugge had to offer. It's been hard to get used to but through Germany and Belgium the sun rises around 530am and doesn't set till around 930-10pm. It makes our days super long and makes us feel old if we head back to the hotel and it's still daylight! It's quite unusual but it's a good thing that we can enjoy the sunshine when it's around! On the train again now and off to paris! Oui! Oui! ...
... if you're going to travel, do it when you're under 26 and/or a student. Rates are cheaper. Anywho, we took the bus to the Central Station. We saw a train was coming soon and we got on the right platform. Turns out, the platform was wayyyy longer than the actual train so the train stopped past us. It's not clear where the train was going so when we reached it, we weren't sure if it was the right one so we missed it. We were able to find a touch screen info thing to tell us ...
... and copperware make up the central 'feature’ and its impossible not to throw your mind back in time.
By this point, the 8% lager was starting to take its toll and my quest for local delicacies began.
Spoilt for choice. Everywhere you look, frijtes, waffles, chocolates, and beer are the order of the day. If it’s not made of lace, chances are you can consume it. Having perused enough shop windows to leave a trail of drool so large ...