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  • Have this meal
  • eat an early morning meal; "We breakfast at seven"
  • provide breakfast for
  • the first meal of the day (usually in the morning)
  • A city in northwestern Belgium; pop. 117,000
  • a city in northwestern Belgium that is connected by canal to the North Sea; in the 13th century it was a leading member of the Hanseatic League; the old city (known as the City of Bridges) is a popular tourist attraction
  • Bruges ( in English; Brugge, ) is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is located in the northwest of the country.
  • Bruges may refer to: *Bruges (Dutch: Brugge), city in Belgium *Bruges, Gironde, France *Bruges, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, France *The movie In Bruges, starring Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes
  • A piece of furniture for sleep or rest, typically a framework with a mattress and coverings
  • A place or article used by a person or animal for sleep or rest
  • a plot of ground in which plants are growing; "the gardener planted a bed of roses"
  • The time for sleeping
  • a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep; "he sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"
  • furnish with a bed; "The inn keeper could bed all the new arrivals"
bruges bed and breakfast - Historic Walking
Historic Walking Guides Bruges
Historic Walking Guides Bruges
There is no better way to explore one of Europe's greatest medieval cities than by foot. Historic Walking Guides: Bruges takes to the streets and guides you through a series of walks uncovering the city's rich and varied past. Bruges is one of the most attractive destinations in Europe, and one of the most visited places in Belgium. Each walk in this book is themed, bringing you incredible detail and stories from its founding days right through to the buildings which gave it UNESCO World Heritage status. Along the way you'll pass medieval buildings, churches, historic parks, and ancient Beligian beers and watering holes. Includes clear maps, times and distances. Museum and building opening times. Historic eating, drinking and hotel suggestions. Personal guideance from the author. Written by Janice McDonald - a seasoned traveller and author.

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Bruges : St Salvator cathedral - Sint-Salvatorskerkhof 1/4
Bruges : St Salvator cathedral - Sint-Salvatorskerkhof  1/4
Sint Salvator - Saint Sauveur - St Salvator Cathedral (Sint Salvatorskathedraal), built in the tenth century is the oldest parish church in Bruges. It became the seat of the bishopric of Bruges in the early nineteenth century, after the destruction of the Cathedral Saint-Donatien during the French occupation in 1799. Imposing Gothic building in brick, the high tower of 99 m (325 ft) was completed in the nineteenth century by an English architect Robert Chantrell. - La cathedrale St-Salvator, ( Sint Salvatorskathedraal ) , batie au Xe siecle est la plus ancienne eglise paroissiale de Bruges. Elle devint le siege de l'eveche de Bruges au debut du XIXe siecle, apres la destruction de la cathedrale Saint-Donatien lors de l'occupation francaise en 1799. Imposant edifice gothique, en brique, la tour haute de 99 m ( 325 ft ) a ete achevee au XIXe siecle par un architecte anglais Robert Chantrell. - La catedral San Salvador (Sint Salvatorskathedraal), construida en el siglo X, es la parroquia mas antigua de Brujas. Se convirtio en la sede del obispado de Brujas en el siglo XIX, despues de la destruccion de la Catedral de Saint-Donatien durante la ocupacion francesa en 1799. Imponente edificio gotico de ladrillo, la torre alta de 99 m (325 pies) se completo en el siglo XIX por un Ingles arquitecto Robert Chantrell. - St. Salvator's Cathedral - Zuidzandstraat 10, 8000 Brugge, Belgique
Market Square (Grote Market) of Bruges
Market Square (Grote Market) of Bruges
House of Governor of the province of West Flanders, Provincial court and Post Office in the Grand Place (Grote Market) of Bruges, Belgium. The Grote Markt, or Market Square in Bruges. This square was used as a marketplace since 958, and a weekly market was held here from 985. The market square in Bruges, is the medieval commercial centre of the city. One of the city's most impressive monuments is the Belfry and Cloth Hall and on the north side the Provincial Court. The statues at the centre of the square are of Jan Breydel and Pieter de Coninck who were leading figures in the resistance against the French occupation in 1302. This is part of the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bruges Historic Center.

bruges bed and breakfast
bruges bed and breakfast
In Bruges
Colin Farrell and Academy Award-nominee Ralph Fiennes star in this edgy, action-packed comedy, filled with thrilling chases, spectacular shoot-outs and an explosive ending you won't want to miss!
Hit men Ray (Farrell) and Ken (Brendan Gleeson, Harry Potter) have been ordered to cool their heels in the storybook city of Bruges (it's in Belgium) after finishing a big job. But since hit men make the worst tourists, they soon find themselves in a life & death struggle of comic proportions against one very angry crime boss (Fiennes)!
Get ready for the outrageous and unpredictable fun you will have In Bruges, the movie critics are calling, "wildly entertaining" - Stephen Rebello, Playboy.

The considerable pleasures of In Bruges begin with its title, which suggests a glumly self-important art film but actually fits a rattling-good tale of two Irish gangsters "keepin' a low profile" after a murder gone messily wrong. Bruges, the best-preserved medieval town in Belgium, is where the bearlike veteran Ken (Brendan Gleeson) and newbie triggerman Ray (Colin Farrell) have been ordered by their London boss to hole up for two weeks. As the sly narrative unfolds like a paper flower in water, "in Bruges" also becomes a state of mind, a suspended moment amid centuries-old towers and bridges and canals when even thuggish lives might experience a change in direction. And throughout, the viewer has ample opportunity to consider whose pronunciation of "Bruges" is more endearing, Gleeson's or Farrell's. The movie marks the feature writing-directing debut of playwright Martin McDonagh, whose droll meditation on sudden mortality, Six Shooter, copped the 2005 Oscar for best live-action short. Although McDonagh clearly relishes the musicality of his boyos' brogue and has written them plenty of entertaining dialogue, In Bruges is no stageplay disguised as a film. The script is deceptively casual, allowing for digressions on the newly united and briskly thriving Europe, and annexing passers-by as characters who have a way of circling back into the story with unanticipatable consequences. That includes a film crew--shooting a movie featuring, to Ray's fascination, "a midget" (Jordan Prentice)--and a fetching blond production assistant (Clemence Poesy) whose job description keeps evolving. There's one other key figure: Harry, the Cockney gang boss whose omnipotence remains unquestioned as long as he remains offscreen, back in England, as if floating in an early Harold Pinter play. Harry has reasons inextricably tender and perverse for selecting Bruges as his hirelings' destination, and eventually he emerges from the aether to express them--first as a garrulous telephone voice and then in the volatile form of Ralph Fiennes. By that point the charmed moment of suspension, already shaken by several irruptions of violence, is pretty well doomed. But In Bruges continues to surprise and satisfy right up to the end. --Richard T. Jameson