Het Leerhof

Address: Hollebeekstraat 6, Brakel, East Flanders, 9661, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hollebeekstraat 6, Brakel.
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      Brussels arrival

      A travel blog entry by hinekn on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... shops.

      So, we settled in, Faye, Steve and John took naps and I got some work done. We found great restaurants for lunch and dinner within a couple minute walk. We've begun the quest for the best Belgian beer.

      Faye and I did manage a short walk and found the Grand Place - and it is GRAND. Very different than what I have seen in other countries for similar spaces. This is all very unique buildings that ...

      ASSE TO ANTWERP, BOTH BELGIUM.

      A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... in no time at all. This country is cyclists' heaven!! After our chores and a short nap (Guido and Magda kept us busy over the last few days) we went out exploring Antwerp. What a beaut old city; wide tree lined avenues, long malls, grand old buildings and 100s of restaurants. A city we could have stayed longer. Got to save something for next time. Asian food for dinner, fried rice, bean sprouts, veggies and chicken. It was ...

      If It's Tuesday, We Must Be in Belgium!

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... the Antwerp Cathedral where the two previously mentioned art pieces plus Mary's Assumption (Ascension) into Heaven by Rubens are housed. Beautiful cathedral. Wonderful art inside. Cost 12 Euros. Yea, they charge to get into the church.

      Then we headed to the restaurant area and had a pizza in an Italian restaurant. Very good, or we were hungry...or maybe a little of both!

      Then we walked back to the beautiful ...

      Of white stones and glass houses

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... little face greets me every time I turn on my computer. While I agree that the manner in which the Sochi dogs are being killed is pretty horrific, the idea might actually have some merit (I can't believe I wrote that). Street animals are a significant problem in eastern Bloc countries; there was even an incident in Bulgaria where a man was nearly eaten alive by them. These poor dogs hang around metro stations and bus stops, trying to keep warm and beg for food. They risk being ...

      Our Day in Brussels

      A travel blog entry by ncorkhill on Oct 06, 2013

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      ... bars. It seemed if you were eating, no matter what time of day, everyone had a belgian beer. I mean for 2 to 3 euros for some of the best beer in the world, how do you say no? We ate lunch at a belgian frites and kabob joint to have some local cuisine. The food was delicious of course and after our meal we were reenergized to keep exploring. We walked countless miles, actually only 2, on cobblestone roads to ...