Begium. Brugges and brussels and paris

Old May 19th, 2011, 11:07 AM
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Begium. Brugges and brussels and paris

Does anyone have suggestion on best boutiqu hotel impairs on left bank....?
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Also best things to see in Brugge and Brussels...I have two days in each place
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In Bruges, we really enjoyed the bike tour with Pink Elephant tours and the tour of the Halve Maan brewery. We also had fun on the canal boats, climbing the belfry, and visiting the Frites Museum. The frites museum was surprisingly interesting. Of course, just general wandering around Bruges is very fun, esspecially around dusk when there aren't so many people around.
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Things to see/do in Brugge:

4 remaining Medieval City Gates: Gentpoort, Kruisport, Ezelpoort, and Smedepoort

Canal Cruise on De Lamme Goedzaak

Cathedral - Basilica of the Holy Blood (Heilig Bloedbasilick)

Town Hall and Burg Square, Office of the Town Clerks (Oude Griffie), and justice buildings

Huidenvettersplein

Some old patrician houses still have window panes of Venetian glass, best is probably at 7 Dijiver

The Groeninge Museum

The Gruuthuse Museum

Church of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk)

Holy Savior's Cathedral (St. Salvatorskathedraal)

De Halve Maan Brewery

Hospital Museum - St. John's Hospital (Memlingmuseum housed the 13th C St. Janshospitaal)

Great photo op from bridge to left of canal and hospital

Minnewater

Beginhof ( Prinselijk Begijnhof ten Wijnarde)

Kantcentrum (lace center)

Streets and Alleys north of Markt

Chocolate Museum and Frites Museum

Fish market and craft stalls

Market square and belfry tower

Good photo op - Groenerei canal from far side of bridge looking towards cathedral

Good photo op - view of canal beside St. Janshopsitaal

The windmills
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What restaurants foes anyone suggest in burg?
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Old Jun 4th, 2011, 03:23 PM
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Aand what to see in Brussels?
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Try using the search feature to find the many threads on these subjects.
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It is really hard for people to answer an open ended question like "What to see in Brussels?". We don't know anything about your interests, the make up of your group (a couple, family with kids, group of seniors...), or anything really to help us give you good advice.

When I am planning a trip, I usually check out some guidebooks from the library and/or look at online guides to see what sorts of things are in each place. Then come here and ask more detailed questions.
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