Chambres D'hotes Hotel Verhaegen
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... arrived for our first night at the HIE Ghent just after 2pm. Them went for a drive to the Graslei area of Ghent to get a bite to eat. The boys (& mummy) finished off the day with a 6.50 euro ice cream! Yum!! While daddy enjoyed a couple of pints of ...
... be traveling most of the day) so we decided to do some laundry. There was a place to sit outside and have drinks while we waited so it made the time go by faster. This evening we went to a little pub that had over 200 Belgium Beers. It was a cute little old pub. If you ordered a yard of house beer, you had to give them one of your shoes until you drank the whole thing. Of course, we are not that ...
Hello fellow travelers,
The countdown to Thailand is finally coming to an end, with only 10 days left on the clock.
In the next couple of days we'll start packing our backpack.
I have never been so prepared for a trip in my life, in terms of taking medical precautions. Thumbs up for me!
For example, I checked whether we got all ...
... more excited about sightseeing.
But, I reassured myself, we'd have the chance to visit Bruges in July when we'll be living in Belgium, and I continued pouring over the guides to find fun things in Ghent for kids. One of the books mentioned a medieval castle in Ghent and the pictures were similar to those of the book, so I got hopeful again. And, then hidden in a list of "other things to do with children" I found the ...
Imagine a 10 day festival held in the centre of town. All the roads are closed and there are at least 6 stages set up. Different bands and DJs play every day and into the night and there are street performers, food, drinks, no curfew AND it's free.
It’s called Gentse Feesten, and it happens every year. Until Jo and I met Laura and Jan, a Belgian couple, on a trek in Nicaragua I had never heard ...