B&B Hortensia

Address: Rijselstraat 196, Ypres, West Flanders, B8900, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Rijselstraat 196, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Ypres

    Flying to Belgium

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Up at 5 am for our 7.50am departure with Ryanair, we have re packed the bags so we hopefully both have under 20kgs. The hotel at the airport is very convenient, only a 5 minute walk, but we take the shuttle bus as they prefer. All goes well, Pete's bag romping it in at 19.7 kgs, and mine blowing out to 17kgs from my usual 13. We treat ourselves to a nice cooked English breakfast, before jumping on the plane. Touch down in Charlerois, we join the queue to ...

    Journey to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jan 22, 2013


    ... of jokes from our crew about what their fathers would think etc, but we weren't any where long. It's generally not as cold here but low lying and near the water so the wind was absolutely freezing! So we were basically running through the streets. Anyway then it was time for the show. I won't give many details as its probably not appropriate over the Internet, but there were some parts that were basically dancing/stripping, some bits with couples and then a male and female ...

    WW1 History Camp - the Gory Historical Part!!

    A travel blog entry by bronandanthony on Jun 12, 2011

    45 photos

    ... to be all set off at 7.28am on the 1st of July with the aim of surprising the Germans. Seven days prior, the Allied forces had bombarded the German trenches with one and a half million shrapnel shells the size of a fourteen year old school student – a clever piece of contextualisation by our guide! After the mines were set off, at 7.30am the British planned to stroll into no man’s land to claim the German trenches, ...


    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jul 02, 2009

    24 photos

    ... though. There was a washroom for children to use with everything at their eye level. The showers were set up about 2 feet high and had a hand held wand for the parent to clean the kids. But the 8 or 10 year olds couldn’t quite get up in the stalls so they stood on the floor and showered there leaving a wet mess. The water was so hot in the sink to do dishes you had to be careful and the sinks had plugs, so no wasting water. ...

    Mooi Lekker

    A travel blog entry by ericvandyk on Aug 21, 2006


    So I have been sitting here for five minutes already, trying to think of something to complain about. But you know what? I cannot. The past few days have been amazing. Where do I start? I guess since I last updated, I was in a cafe in Grongingen. Since then we have done many things. It was great fun hanging around with Paulina and her friend Josje. I was quite surprised that Paulina was related to the Vandenbergs, because she is a really ...