Domus Portus

Address: Dijkstraat 2, Dendermonde, East Flanders, 9200, Belgium | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Dijkstraat 2, Dendermonde.
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Travel Blogs from Dendermonde

Flat, flat bicycling and into Antwerp

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Apr 20, 2015

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... the same timetable to ride to Antwerp. Weiger had great routes to both keep us interested in our surroundings and yet stay safe. We rode into Antwerp from the west with a special treat to get us into the main part of the city. We took a large freight type elevator down under the river and rode 600 metres through a large bike/pedestrian tunnel and back up an elevator into the old part of Antwerp. We found our barge moored near the new Museum on the River or MAS as ...

Brussels- First two days

A travel blog entry by mwetzel on Mar 11, 2014

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... nice or it would be if it was clean. The interns who are still here kept it quite messy. Also the fridge doesn't work, the tub is gross and clogged, and there's lightbulbs missing everywhere. The broken fridge is really a problem cause everything I eat usually is from there. The other interns used to just put their food outside cause it was cold enough but it's not anymore. We also have to sleep on cots in the living room since the other interns are still here and they don't appear to ...

Bruxelles Sprouting

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 04, 2013

2 comments

... re willing to make the effort to be friendly, and the tram driver was kind enough to leave his tram at the terminus and give me walking instructions to work on the first day. Moreover, my work community is très sympa. Perfect strangers say “hello! Bonjour!” to me in the corridor, and I’ve been introduced to a woman who owns a house not terribly far from my hometown It’s strange, amongst this warren of international strangers, to find someone ...

From Belgium Waffles To A Castle

A travel blog entry by marty387 on Aug 21, 2013

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... if we were to continue biking. Further along our route we passed the birthplace of Mercator (the mapmaker), and then an old tidal watermill, the only one of its kind in the world. After 29 miles I said "enough is enough" and decided to take the van back to the barge. Carolyn, the trouper she is finished the balance of the ride, another 6 miles. My hats off to her! At 5:30 pm, it was time for beer tasting. Ed and Erik presented us with a history ...

Beer, Buildings and Chocolate in Belgium

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Jan 21, 2013

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... in the city. We also kept our eyes out for the cartoons featured on several buildings around the city. We were really enjoying exploring Brussels, but Belgian beer and chocolate was still to be had.


As we strolled around Brussels, we took time out to have local fries from a recommended local friture, which we ate on a park bench in the snow. We then sampled many Belgian chocolates. Then we completed our Belgian experience with a visit to the famous ...