Guesthouse St. Yves

Address: Zeedijk 204, Knokke-Heist, West Flanders, 8301, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zeedijk 204, Knokke-Heist, is near Bruges Art Route.
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Travel Blogs from Knokke-Heist


A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 13, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... and some as old as the 1100s. The oldest is now a restaurant on the canal, see photo. The Cloth Guild building and Belfry (1380) are located opposite our motel in a rather nice square. The canals, with all the flower boxes and the tour boats coming and going add a nice holiday feel to the city. It is so compact the whole old city area would be no ...

Knokke knokke

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 01, 2013

22 photos

... of Monday. Every day there are exciting things to look forward to, and obstacles to overcome.

We ate our boring pre-packed lunch at the train station, and then trained back into Bruges. On the front step of the hostel we ran into Bethany. We went together to the Basilica of the Holy Blood to see some of Jesus’ red stuff. The church was stunning and absolutely colourful. I think the blood was on a cloth in the jewelled vile, but it looked very bizarre to me. ...


A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Oct 20, 2013

4 photos

... coming to an end. It has been a great three and a half months but I’m looking forward to the next trip and arriving back in NZ.

On Sunday the sky had cleared up nicely so we headed back into town in the afternoon to wander round a bit. I enjoyed another Belgian waffle before we had one last Belgian beer sitting by one of the canals. I am going to miss ...

Amsterdam to Brugge

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 05, 2013

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... waffles, and french fries. All my favorite things, except the Belgian beer, though we will still try the two local brews, Straffe Hendriks and Brugse Zot. The Market Square is dominated by the large bell tower on the South end. Rotating around, the square is then ringed by restaurants and the post office, also an impressive building. The west side of the town is dominated by shops, but the other three directions hide some nice cafes, canals, and pubs. We took our time checking out ...

Chocolates, canals and Flemish

A travel blog entry by slouise123 on Feb 01, 2013

... Brussels or Amsterdam, Brugge offers a peaceful getaway.. a time to recoup. Belgium is bilingual- the northern part speaks Flemish (which is really just Dutch with a funny accent)! The southern part speaks French. In Flemish (and Dutch) Brugge is pronounced like someone is throwing up, ("Bru-haa"). The English way of pronouncing it ("Bruuuu ge") so much prettier. If you pronounce it properly, like the locals do, you'll win the 'best tourist award'. Okay, there ...