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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping Blaarmeersen Ghent
The campsite is well situated within cycling distance of the historic centre of Ghent., so it is easy to cycle in and out. It is also in a Sports zone with a 5km loop track which you can walk, jog or cycle around. Also, adjacent the campsite is a recreation area with its own beach, grassy area and plenty of entertainment for kids. The shower facilities were ok - but our shower block had no hot water or the three days we were there, which wasn't a problem because the weather was so hot. There is a shop on site and the Taff are helpful. You can also get a bus to the town centre from the campsite
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... country side as the train chugs along. The further north we get, the thicker that frost becomes.
On arrival in Ghent I hop on a bus to take me to the university campus. The city is the capital and largest of East Flanders. It appears as if it is frozen in time, buildings are old and medieval looking. A lot of the city is closed off from cars and there are canals and bridges that snake through the city.
I meet with ...
... is what one side of the wall looks like.
This is beer city.
We wandered looking for a red wine and found it in a little bistro. We were sipping away only to discover what we were slurping was Jacobs Creek. We've come a long way, baby!
After lunch we found a cafe in ...
... I was ready to go. Our whole group managed to be ready to head to town by 10am and we decided to walk so we could explore. There wasn't much on our street but once we crossed a bridge it got more interesting and right away we saw a cool tower. There were no signs or doors in so we had no idea what is was. I read this in a travel book but the best thing to do in Belgium is to avoid the main touristy chocolate and lace shops and ...
... a little crowded. We didn't really have much of a plan for the city, so we just wandered the tiny streets to see what we could find. The first thing we found was a great cafe called Vincent's which we were able to get some good frites and a small meal to fuel the day. We walked through the two main squares of the city and found the canals of Brugge which were actually open! All the buildings in Brugge just seemed so old and held so much history. Somehow we found the ...
... Michelangelo and also had the tombs of two electors and they were the traditional medieval tombs where a sculpture of the person is placed on top with their hands clasped together in prayer pointing to the heavens.
I then went to a cupcake store that really did look like heaven on earth and the cupcake itself confirmed that it was heaven on earth it was sooooo good. So much icing, so sweet, so deadly, so worth it. There isn't much to do at night here ...