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Address: Sluizeken 8, Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium | B&B
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        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service

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        A travel blog entry by maggiealexander on Sep 11, 2015

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        ... were very welcoming and we were treated to a delightful Belgian family lunch of chicken casserole, fresh farm vegetables and chocolate mousse and sugar tarte, which is a local speciality. Afterwards we drove to Mons where Mike's grandfather was captured by the Germans in the first battle of WW1. It was a sentimental journey when we thought about how it must have been for a young British soldier there on 23 August ...

        Beer hopping in Belgium

        A travel blog entry by want9814 on Mar 08, 2015

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        ... having stepped off the bus, I (Tammy) realized I left my water bottle onboard. So I quickly climbed back in, but so did everyone else behind me, and the doors shut and the driver began to pull away with me on the bus and Tasha on the sidewalk with all our stuff. Luckily a fellow passenger realized that I shouldn't be there and he began yelling for the driver to stop. After the whole bus began to chime in as well, the driver finally stopped and I ...

        Relaxing in Ghent

        A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 22, 2014

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        ... Apparently all panels will undergo restoration work on a rotational basis. An audio guide gives a wonderful commentary on the religious significance of each panel as well as information about the two artists. Art historians cannot agree who painted which parts. The colours are beautifully preserved especially the blue, red and green of the clothes worn by Mary, Christ, and John the Baptist, in the middle top three panels. I've got a bit behind and still have a couple of days of ...

        Exploring Belguim

        A travel blog entry by crownie on Jul 26, 2013

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        ... visit this historical beach and we were only about an hour away so we decided to do it.

        The drive there was very picturesque and lots of green and yellow fields. I even saw a field full of tulips which I had been on the lookout for since Amsterdam. It was very interesting to find it in the middle of all those fields.

        We arrived in Dunkirk and parked the car near the beach. We just strolled along the boardwalk and took it all in and tried to grasp ...

        McDonald's, Korenmarkt, 12pm

        A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 27, 2012

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        I'm sitting over a steaming coffee in the upstairs of this McDonald's. It’s an old building. The windows have small panes in the top section and you can see swirly stone bits in the corners. And the walls are thick – about a foot thick.

        Pretty much everything is old round here. Churches, a cathedral, a watchtower, an old square, with old townhouses around. The trams are new, ...