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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alegria Brugge
Travel Blogs from Brugge
... cotton all over the place. I was pretty stuffed up by the time we arrived in Damme.
Damme is a much smaller town, with the main attraction being it's old church, a cute little square and a windmill. I visited for 2-1/2 hours, which was plenty. The boat drops you off at a landing that is just a short walk (like 1 minute) from the center of town. There was a small market happening with some meats and cheeses as ...
... was doing well in the football! I didn’t have wifi in the room so I couldn’t check. The weird thing was, that the screaming and excited noise didn’t really stop, I thought that was really odd. Turns out, Brazil really suck at football without Neymar, and got absolutely slaughtered, 7-1. And the only reason Brazil got a goal is because Germany didn’t want to overly embarrass them on their home turf; didn’t really work since they got well and ...
... and so we can just enjoy that as our heart-starter!
We arrived dockside in Zeebrugge around 8am but there wasn’t a lot to see and we headed up to the Horizon Court for breakfast. We shared a table with two ladies from Canada and were discussing the 'going it alone’ in port versus booking a Princess excursion. They were interested to hear that we were intending to go it alone as they had booked a Princess tour. So we swapped ...
... are more than worth it. And if you can time it so the carillon of 47 bells are chiming, the setting becomes even more awe-inspiring.
If you are going at Christmas time then the annual Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival is a must. This year’s theme was based around Disney. A breathtaking ...
... all we are doing on this trip is eating, eating, eating but for lunch we had the traditional meal of 'moules' or mussels in a big one kilo bowl before heading off to our walking tour of Brugge. Our host was a little old lady who was very nice & knew a lot about the history & hot spots of Brugge but was nothing compared to our fun loving Parisian/Scottish guide Billy. Looking forward to checking out some of the spots she recommended on our last day in Brugge ...