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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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... make up Ghent's skyline. We were able to hop into one of the old Catholic Churches, St Bavo's Cathedral. The inside was as breathtaking as every church we have seen thus far. We really can't get sick of seeing the churches, they are so full of history and the architecture is so ornate. This cathedral had a section from the original church dating back to 1038 that you can still see in what is now their crypt. After seeing the church we took a ...
... from the 14th century belfry gave a stunning vista over the city. The old dragon weathervane has been replaced and is on view inside. Amazingly there is an enormous musical drum which causes the bells to ring, not only on the hour, but also on the quarter hour. From medieval times it has been the primary timekeeper for citizens of Ghent. It makes a great racket when you are standing next to it. On Wednesday we are catching a train to Ypres to do a tour around the WWI battlefields and ...
... through Korenmarkt a few times but it was too busy with trams etc. for me. It contains the impressive former 1909 Post Office building and a smaller version of Big Ben, which can be seen from each side.
I ate a hot waffle with strawberries and Belgian chocolate ice cream, mmm-mmm :). I bought some soft triangular sweets made from strawberries and raspberries. I toured the House of Alijn but found ...
... two seats at the bar and ordered the house brew, one light and one dark. After a while we ordered dinner, a 3 course meal that included cheese croquettes as an appetizer, Flemish stew, and creme brûlée for desert. Our other entree was much simpler and less expensive, half a chicken with salad and frites ( Belgian fries). The food was excellent and the fries came in a big bowl with mayonnaise on the side. The mayonnaise was not our cup of tea, but the fries were superb. The Belgians ...
... and finding your way across the Sibillini Mountains is the Parco Nazionale Dei Monti Sibillini carta dei sentieri scala 1:25.000 which lists all the main walks in the park with their route numbers.
There is also an easy walk across the piano grande plain that you can find on the website http://www.sibillinifoothills.com/monti -sibillini-national-park/castelluccio-p iano-grande.