De Mangerie Guesthouse

Address: Visserskaai 36, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400 , Belgium | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Ostende

Sacred Ground

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 09, 2015

1 comment

... were added where needed, but they blend in beautifully. Canals wind throughout the city; tourists take canal boat rides, photographing the uplifting architecture, and the swans, which are protected by the government and quite well fed. Bruges, in addition to their chocolates, beer, waffles, and Belgian fries, has been well known since the 15th century for its lace making by hand; in fact, Bruges has become a ...

Beautiful Bruges

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jun 13, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... interesting and included walking up to the rooftop, and some quirky little stories about Bruges, including where the name Bruges fools comes from. Below is from the brewery website:

The legend behind Brugse Zot...

To welcome Maximilian of Austria to their proud town, the people of Bruges organised a colourful parade of merrymakers and fools. When they asked him at the end of the day to provide money for a new madhouse he replied : 'Today I have ...

In Brugge

A travel blog entry by j3ster on Apr 01, 2014

10 photos

I had no means of getting to Brugge planned so decided to take a double decker train and 20 minutes later I was here. You can see the famous tower from the train station on exiting so I knew exactly where to go. While Gent was an undiscovered mystery to my Bruges felt like an old friend. Ok so I only ever heard of the place from the film and it is probably one of ...

Out and about in Brugge

A travel blog entry by vidstravels on Sep 07, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... away. They hid priests who said mass and helped the poor, nuns still live there today and it was beautiful. Thanks Leigh for telling us we loved it. Spent afternoon wandering round the little roads poking into shops and churches. I must add that it's nice to be in a place where there are Catholic churches as in Britian they were few and far between in fact never saw any in London at all think the prods ...

Joyeux Noell

A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Dec 25, 2012

5 photos

... for more coffee and food. We found a place that looked ok but were soon to discover that service was not their high point. Ron decided since he was a tourist he would have the tourist meal for 15 euros, I settled for a fish soup and mum have croque monsuir ( or ham and cheese toasties lol) I know eating is a leisurely thing to do especially on holidays but the speed of service was ridiculous and two hours later after having to ask for ...