Saturday, February 28, 2015

Beautiful Brugge....

Hello my fellow Bloggers
Today I am sharing more of our photos from Brugge and I hope you enjoy seeing them as much as I love going through them again.... 

Some of the photos were taken purely because of the paint colours that were used and I love them so much we use them in our homes as well.

Two of my favourite things... flowers and chocolate!
Both were at every turn so we were in our glory...

This wonderful old organ played for us while we had tea and scones at a charming little outdoor cafe.

I can't get enough of the architecture and iron details used on the doors and homes & shoppes. 

This sweet little sign was in one of the chocolate shoppes we visited...

If you ever get a chance to visit Brugge we highly recommend it... one of our favourite places we visited this summer. 
Have a wonderful weekend!



  1. Wow Wanda, that place is gorgeous! Love that concrete door frame with the cherubs, wonderful! And that organ on the cart, beautiful!

  2. I lived in Mons Belgium many years ago and I have fond memories of all the beautiful cities. Brugge is one of my favorites.


  3. Wonderful pictures of Brugge. I must say, I have never been there untill now. It's not very far from here, so I put it on my list, nice to go there for a day or two.

  4. I have always heard Brugge is beautiful. I have been to Brussells and would of loved to of gotten there.

  5. I have always heard Brugge is beautiful. I have been to Brussells and would of loved to of gotten there.

  6. You got some wonderful photos of your trip. Lovely colors, and of course the architecture is amazing! Love the buckets of flowers. I wish it was this lovely to walk around my town!

  7. Hi Wanda, please let me k ow if this gets through

  8. I found your website while looking up a treasure I found at a yard sale yesterday for a china plate called Tudor Rose and see that you collect them.I am curious as to what the piece isand what it may be worth?
    Can you give me your email so I can send you a picture of my dish?

    Kindest regards

    1. Hello Cheryl
      Thank you for visiting my Blog today. When we downsized a few years ago I sold all my Tudor Rose pieces. Your local Antique store might be able to give you an idea of the valve of your piece. Or check the pattern out on EBAY and see what similar pieces are selling for. Take care.