Chambreplus

Hoogpoort 31, Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium | B&B
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    Ghent

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 15, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... about Belgian beer, they a few different types here, he pointed out one restaurant that sells 150 types of beer. During the middle ages everyone in Ghent (including kidlets) drank 1 1/2 litres of beer a day because the river was so polluted it was safer to drink beer. And they say Australia has a drinking culture....we're amateurs Thanks to the boat ride I now knew where to find Gravensteen Castle.....my very first castle. I was so excited until I saw my very first ...

    Breaking Lent in Ghent

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Apr 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... matter - well they are two entirely different things!

    After a wander around we had a beer with an Aussie lass Jade - Delirium Trements - very strong! We were directed to a local fries place to try frieten groot with mayo and andalouse sauce (but apparently there are 20 sauces to try). Unfortunately as it's Sunday and Easter things are closed so we give up. It was an early night as Fi and I both weren't feeling ...

    Welcome to Flanders, Belgium

    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Oct 28, 2013

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... Veerleplein, a beautiful square with traditional buildings with Flemish facades and gables. No half-timbered houses here, its all bricks or stone. In the square they have two light poles that are only illuminated when a baby is born in Ghent. (Something different) The short stretch along the river Lys that used to be a trade port is called the Graslei and it has some very unique buildings of timeless beauty. There are a lot of restaurants and bars in that area. ...

    Day 1 – Planning, arriving, drinking and sle

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Nov 26, 2011

    1 photo

    ... the paracetamol (well, I can’t remember EVERYTHING can I?) So, after an amble to Jan Van Eyck Plein (and a quick wave at Jan Van Eyck himself – or his statue anyway), and a dash through Markt & Burg Square (Mrs Fletche: “NOOOOO… this is tomorrow’s plan! Avert your eyes Mr Fletche from these wonderful sparkling delights…”), we decide to head back to ...

    I Ate Satan Last Night & Awoke In Fairytale Land

    A travel blog entry by trockie on Oct 03, 2010

    I arrived in Brugge or Bruges, depending upon where you are reading it or to whom you are speaking. Not sure of the different reasons for spelling but it likely has something to do with a French vs. Dutch thing, as both live here. I am just going to call it Bruges for now on.

    So I arrived at the Grand Hotel Casselburg and "grand" is appropriate nomenclature. ...