TripAdvisor Reviews Dante Hotel Brugge
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... grenades and gas bombs. Philippe even took one on the bus to show us!! He said we could take the pin out as a souvenir if we didn't want to take the whole grenade! He's cheeky! Polygon wood was also one of our stops where there is a memorial for Australian soldiers. One little character we met here was Tommy the donkey.. He was certainly lightening the tone of the day with his naughty character! Philippe even took some food for him! Hooge Crater was the ...
... the whole city amounts to more than 13,840 hectares, including 1,075 hectares off the coast, at Zeebrugge (from Brugge aan zee meaning "Bruges on Sea"
... the roast chicken venders! We went up the 366 steps of the Belfry for magnificent views of the square and market below before buying some extra provisions (we already had leftovers from breakfast with us) for a picnic, which we enjoyed in a quiet little park with hardly another soul in it apart from the sheep!
... the old market square) and the Burg (the old administrative square). The one activity we knew we wanted to do in Bruges was a canal boat cruise, and it was very enjoyable; despite being crammed into a boat with three dozen other people, it was romantic. The sun even came out for part of our ride. The best way to see the city seems to be from the water, but it's great from street level, too. After making sure to take our boat cruise and visit the ...
... date, the Gothic Room. Windows of stained glass, carved wooden statues gilded in gold, murals depicting the thousand year history of the little hamlet are characterized this single room.
As throughout Europe, there are many cathedrals here too. We entered, pondered the history, enjoyed the stained glass windows and marveled at the ornate statues and pulpits. ...