De Groote Waere

Address: Vladslostraat 21, Diksmuide, West Flanders, 8600, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Vladslostraat 21, Diksmuide.
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    Travel Blogs from Diksmuide

    Homeward bound

    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... and off we drove to Diksmuide to visit the enormous Iser Tower, a brick structure of enormous height, built as a War Memorial to Flemish soldiers who died in the Great War. Apparently the original Flemish crosses on all the local war graves were replaced by a standard "Belgian" design, on the orders of the post-war 1920's Belgian government. Among other things, the replacement headstones had all their wording in French ("Mort de la Guerre" or whatever). This was ...

    Churches and Chocolate

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... windy, crowded streets to a monastry where talking (and photos) was not allowed. Afterwards we stopped at a local restaurant and had some local cuisine (chicken or beef stew) as recommended by the guide. I guess he got a good commission for that.

    With such crowded streets and horse carrages riding past, the atmosphere was festive, but for us it felt like it was too much of a tourist trap. Everywhere were chocolate shops, churches, canals and ...

    (2 days) In Bruges

    A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013 on Mar 20, 2013

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    ... we were going except within about 100m of the hotel. Thankfully it stopped snowing some time about when we had lunch, so it wasn't too bad when we went for a 2 hour guided walking tour at 4pm (although it was extremely cold). The history of Brugge is quite interesting-it had its era of prosperity in the 13th-15th century, with the 15th being its 'golden century' until the river which leads to the North Sea silted up. Until that point it had been a major trading port, but because ...

    More Fields

    A travel blog entry by uncle_davros on Oct 27, 2012

    108 photos

    ... ride it, as for us, it is only a walk in the park !!!

    Car, train, arrive in Calais, the weather was ****, it was hailing/sleeting, it was cold, so we drove on up to Ieper, parked the car, built the bikes and found a cafe as the weather was ****.

    One coffee later, we hit the road as the sun was trying to shine through !!! We followed a route from an old book that we bought in 1998 called the Flanders Field, and got lost straight away ...

    In Bruges

    A travel blog entry by corinna_andrew on Apr 06, 2012

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    You know, we tried, we really did try, to name this blog something else... but it just wasn't possible! Must try to watch the movie again sometime...


    Bruges is, as one of Corinna's workmates so aptly described it, "a bit Disneyland". It's a lovely place to visit and very beautiful, but also a bit - fake. Not all the "medieval" buildings date from the medieval period for example! Still somehow magical, ...