How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alegria Brugge
Travel Blogs from Brugge
... bum would suit me; maybe it will become my life. There is nothing holding me back home anymore; I have let go of everything. I think it shocks me more than anyone else but for the first time I am living who I am, not who the world tells me to be. It's no longer about everyone else and it took 32 years for me to realise this-talk about a slow learner!!!! :)
... The weather was threatening as clouds loomed but this little town sounded worth it so Emily and I hired bikes for the day from a rather peculiar character who we found very difficult to take seriously. Someone who you could t figure out was joking or not, we laughed nervously as he chatted to us and offered a place to stay if we needed it. Naturally we tried to be as polite as possible in saying we would rather not and swiftly moved ...
... and learnt so much from Philippe. It almost felt as though we were time travelling.. We were stuck in the past when on the bus listening to philippes stories but as soon as we stepped off we were in the future. It's hard to explain, but we would definitely recommend the tour. But for now, it was time for dinner, and home to the B&B. We are up even earlier tomorrow, but we should sleep well tonight after such a busy day. And that all for tonight. Lest we ...
... actually where to park and highlighted a map with a wonderful walk around Brugge. We threw out our first plan and we were so happy to have a local show us where to go and what to see!
For just 2 Euro we entered the chapel at Church of Our Lady to see Michelangelo's Madonna and Child carved from white marble. Even to our untrained eye, ...
... Make no bones about it Bruges (and the very peaceful train trip across the channel - I couldn't resist mentioning train travel again) provided this outcome. Your scribe and his travelling companion, Sydney Su enjoyed 3 glorious days in this great little town by partaking in several of their great passions. These included sleeping, walking,'wining and dining' (Sydney Su relished in the 'wining' whilst your author fulfilled his ...