Sound of Silence in Bruges
Project ourselves for 04 Hrs in a sound of silence.
Allow us to immerse our group in a feeling of common seclusion.
Give us a taste of Belgian cuisine for Dinner.
Make us feel humble but happy in an inexperienced environment.
These were some requests of a German based client visiting Bruges with a group of 60.
No way to take them to a restaurant in the city center, because all the participants, as you, dear reader, already experienced the quality restaurants a city like Bruges has to offer.
It really had to be something special, something you just can't do on your own.
That's why we privatized a monastery situated in the inner part of this medieval and by Unesco protected city.
It took the guests only a small transfer from their hotel to the monastery but they didn't expect to be carried there by 4 old horse trams, getting them out of their busy every day life.
The completely neutral walls don't give you the slightest clue of what you may expect behind... An oasis of tranquility, a monastery which until a few years ago may not be entered by women, a huge park where birds tell you the story of their life and a marvelously decorated baroque style church.
As the quality of sound in this church cannot be bettered by any recording studio we offered the guests a short private concert of one of the best Belgian Gregorian singing choirs.
No instrumental music, only human voices in a captive environment set the tone.
The wonderful park was a perfect location for a pre dinner drink and a truly lovely spot for the participants to @dmire this unique venue in all its glory and simplicity.
Dinner was prepared by our caterer in the well equipped kitchen of the monastery and tastefully approved by the guests in the canteen of the monks.
Needless to say that we only noticed smiling faces.
Even Father Abbott raised his thumb ( despite / thanks to the great number of women invading his Monastery ? )Our services in this case: DMC Belgium, Teambuilding
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