B&B Karavanserai

Address: Geldmunt 45, Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Ghent

Finding the Light!

A travel blog entry by cusan on Jan 30, 2015

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... We love Ghent; this will be our third visit, but our first one to the Licht Festival or Light Festival, which is held for a weekend every three years. Basically, the town of Ghent is lit up by international light artists, on a 3 mile loop. You can see images projected onto buildings, lights shows and interactive light installations. It sounded interesting...so here we are!

We parked in the St Michaels car park (11E for over 24 hours as opposed ...

Ghent, Wish We had More Time

A travel blog entry by mark_robyn on May 23, 2014

14 photos

... of the Mystic Lamb' painted by Hubert and Jan van Eyck in 1432. It is known for it's incredible detail and colors. It is currently undergoing restoration in phases but is open for the public to see. St. Bavo's is impressive and is the second largest Catholic cathedral I have seen in Europe (Notre Dame being the largest we have visited). But I said this two years ago and I will state it again ...

She is risen

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Sep 21, 2013

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Last night I got to my hostel (which was brand new and clean) and found I was the first one to turn in at the dorm. I got ready for bed, took a Xanax (just in case) and laid down. About 1/2 hour later two girls came in. I kept quiet until I started experiencing excruciating pains in my stomach. Don't know if it was the fish sandwich at the kabob dump or ...

Two Days of the Ten Day Festival in Ghent

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Jul 24, 2013

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... two tired, whiney boys.

We were up early in the morning to catch a train back to Brussels where we had booked the Eurostar train into London. The trick for most of our trains in Europe was to make sure you came into the same station as the outgoing train you wanted was leaving from, as most cities had more than one main station. At the end of our continental Europe trip, I figure we were well trained in reading train schedules!

Belguim Delights

A travel blog entry by ourholiday on Oct 06, 2012

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Yum here we are in the chocolate block of the world!

Decided to base ourselves in Gent and take day trips via train to Brugge, Antwerpen and Brussels.

The land here is very similar to the Netherlands - flat and filled with canals.

Gent is a beautiful small town filled with canals, cobbled streets and chocolate shops that you can spend a whole day wandering through.

Brugge on ...