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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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... station) I moved seat for an old lady who had gotten on the tram. She noticed me checking out my "map" and inquired where I was going. She very kindly told me which stop to get off gave me directions to the city centre. It pays to be polite. I found the city centre no problem, but the tourist office was shut. So I wandered around town for a bit until I found boat rides. The ride was very entertaining and informative. Ghent was founded by Vikings apparently. Like Brugge ...
... local train to Antwerp Centraal, a huge station with layers of trains on top of each other. We rushed up the escalators from platform from 24 to 1 and found our last train.
We eventually found Hostel Uppelink in Ghent. I immediately liked it as it was in a huge old building near town and a canal and inside they were playing "The XX - Intro" on the speakers - one of my favourite songs.
There are plenty ...
Leaving Troyes on a nice sunny day heading north through the Champagne region we were rather surprised not to see any vinyeards. We drove along the route Nationale via Reims north towards the Belgian border. Most of the drive was through agricultural land only split up by the odd village. When we crossed the border into Belgium the road was that minor that we thought that must have been the smuggling route in the days when they had borders. A few kilometres ...
... along the banks of the canal.
After a long travelling day, sustenance is required… we’ve been in Bruges for a whole hour and haven’t had a beer yet – what’s wrong with us? Maybe this lack of beer is causing Mr Fletche’s headache?Luckily, my meticulous planning takes us to Cafe Terrastje on Genthof… Time to stop for a quick beer (or two), ...
... cruised through the drive-thru in our driveable bar and ordered 18 burgers called the Extralong Giant. Imagine if Subway were to make their version of a Big Mac with three patties of beef instead of two, it was effectively a foot long Big Mac. Kind of horrifying but incredibly tasty. A food fight broke out and I took a couple of fries to the head, but the boys were not so lucky as some of them were taking full-frontal assaults of Extralong Giants. Grease-stained we ...