Camping De Kalkaert

Address: Fleriskotstraat 8, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400, Belgium | Campground
 
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Travel Blogs from Ostende

Thursday; sun and rain and rain and sun

A travel blog entry by indygg on Oct 16, 2014

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We did it! We got up and put the door by 11:30 to use the last hour of our City Card! We went to the Salvador Dali exhibit; and it was "Wow!!" Crazy and Amazing! Sydney loved every inch of it! Jake and Mike found a couch they liked;) haha. My favorite part was his pieces if his interpretation of the 12 disciples of Christ; controversial as one seems to be a beautiful woman.... After the exhibit we ate at a a great cafe eating Paninis and waffles of course; ...

Day 37. On the way home via everywhere.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 24, 2014

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An early start and a quick drive down to Dover found us
early for the ferry and so we made a quick recce around Dover. We had a quick
look at Dover Castle and took a photo before returning to the ferry for
boarding. Once on the ferry we treated ourselves to an unhealthy breakfast and
settled in for an uneventful trip across the Channel to Calais. From Calais we
jumped onto the highway and headed North to the city of Oostende in ...

Sore feet

A travel blog entry by travelinbitch on Jun 07, 2014

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... and the as soon as I go in, people flock behind me. I'd like to think I'm a trendsetter, but I doubt it's that simple. Anyway, we got on the boat, with the weird old dude who was videotaping his entire trip. We'd seen him up in the tower earlier, taping the bells! People are so weird. We sat at the back of the boat, but it wasn't full yet, so we sat there sweating and breathing in the gas fumes from the running motor until we were squished in like sardines and ...

Bikes, windmills and hotchocolate

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Dec 12, 2013

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... have a bike riding adventure. For 4 Euros we hired the bikes for an hour. Bruge old town was pretty much surrounded by a canal, so we cycled around the canal to check out the windmills. We ended up in the middle of an elderly walking tour, their guide in particular was really entertaining and ended up taking photos of us posing on our bikes. This was fun but the wind on our faces was incredibly cold. These bikes were a bit different to ride as they are designed to ride ...

Day 9 - Brussels to Bruges

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 10, 2013

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... was still a splendorous sight. We checked out Brussel's "first resident", the Manneken Pis (little peeing man). It’s basically a little statue of a peeing toddler that is often adorned with various costumes depending on the occasion and season. This day, it was at its basic nakedness, with no costume. Around the Manneken Pis, there were shops selling Manneken Pis chocolates, fountains, and other various knick knacks in the form and image of the Manneken ...