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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      Strikes and More Strikes

      A travel blog entry by dannib on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... 100,000 demonstrators and 80,000 had come to the city centre by bus, tram and train so now they all need to get back home.

      What at nightmare for police. Keep the demonstrations under control while making sure the tourists like us winding our way through the mobs and the locals stay safe.

      Well we are safely back at the hotel and now we just have to hope the German train drivers strike doesn't affect us tomorrow morning!
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      Day 9: Tomorrowland day 2

      A travel blog entry by sarshabaker on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... good so we grabbed a couple of them. Lastly came a moose choc desert with fresh boysenberry and dash of cream. This was real yum so swiped 2 more of these also. Weird experience but can now say I had a 1st class meal in a raging night club. We left B-eat and headed across to the Super You & Me stage to see DVBBS at 5.15. We started up on the balcony but everyone up there had a boring vibe so I found a path to squeeze through and made it to the ...

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

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2014

      24 photos

      ... words were prophetic: "Lord! Open the eyes of the King of England."
      Within two years, King Henry VIII had divorced his first wife, split with the Catholic Church, started the Church of England and had 5000 copies of Tyndale's Bible printed. Pretty amazing story.

      So, no one in town knew where I was talking about. Finally with the help of man at a bar (Sandy stayed behind in the bar drinking a Coke!) and a kindly ...

      Mussels from Brussels

      A travel blog entry by ildiko.foldesi on Feb 03, 2014

      Lovely weekend with my Czech friend Kamila, popping over from London to see the Christmas market, drink mulled wine and catch up with a friend living there. Perfect setting to kick off the Christmas feeling, eating of mussels with the compulsory chips, sampling of those famous Belgian beers and having a nice night out. The bed and breakfast is centrally located, perfect for a night or two. A bit noisy, but bearable. Chocolate shopping is a must do if you are a fan like me:-)
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      Day 24: Brussels, Belgium

      A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds on Oct 03, 2013

      29 photos

      ... to where we thought it was and whoop there it was. It was tiny. The statue that is. We even overheard a school boy say, "it's a little small if you ask me" not sure if he was talking about the statue itself or the little boys penis. Anyways- we walked to the king's palace and ventured inside a musical instrument museum. The museum contained the most musical instruments (over 8,000) in it in the world. Detail: ...