Brabantdam 201, Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium | 3 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Ghent

Butterfly Pirate!

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... vegetable salad. It was so amazing! I ate too much bread, so couldn't eat all my salad though! (Yummy lunch tomorrow at least! Yay!) We had lots of drinks and amazing food over the night, and had a great chat and laugh together. Annaleen was really really nice too! We had a bit of a YouTube session, exchanging music, and dancing around very silly, which was very fun. After a while, we had to (very reluctantly) say goodnight to ...

Sunday in Ghent

A travel blog entry by melendra


... the newness of Luxembourg University, but it seems we were wrong. Les and Denise and Craig and Janene had paperwork stories that rival our own (although none of them has been kicked out of Belgium). It was fun to commiserate and to just have conversations with other people in a similar situation. When we were taking the train home, Joe and I pondered how different our experience would be if we had another Fulbrighter in Luxembourg. ...

Chin up

A travel blog entry by jaugustyn


... dancing haha.. that sounds terrible but I am for real.. if we get to go to Spain I am going to dance it out! Also teaching dance.. I miss my regulars.. John, Ron, Phil, and Paul and Tiffany.. Miss you guys for real..

-My french lessons.. both Madame :) and having someone not look at me like I am crazy for only speaking English haha

-Going on runs without people wondering what I am doing.

-Going on walks of ...


A travel blog entry by jadetom


... t hold it against them though, if some one and a half million people descend upon my city for ten days I would want a break too! The enormous festival includes parades, music, dance, theatre and puppetry festivals, fireworks displays and more. Unfortunately we hadn't done our research as well as we thought. Had we known about the festival, we would have re-jigged our itinerary to check it out. Despite many ...

Time, Gents

A travel blog entry by colldavesophevi


... that its citizens are obstinate and headstrong and proudly refer to themselves as "noose wearers" (as in hang-mans noose). One of its main icons is the Belfry, which features a fresco of the Mammelokker, an homage to a chap called Simon who was sentenced to death by starvation but instead sucked on his daughter’s breast to survive. Good on him I say – there should be more celebration ...

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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding