Porto Bello Bed & Breakfast

Visserplein 2-5 A, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ostende


A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

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... both languages were fairly prevalent.

The three things Brugge is famous for were hard to miss: chocolate, beer and lace. The window displays are filled with delicious treats and marzipan - a visual feast that acts as quite the temptress. Needless to say it did not take us long to visit a chocolatier, and there were no hesitations in ordering a ‘Duval’ (Devil in Flemish - at 8% I ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on Aug 04, 2014

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... of chocolate chops. There was a walking tour starting the afternoon we arrived so we jumped on that and were shown around the town by a very special tour guide. I don't want to be too critical but she was ****. Mainly due to the most annoying way of speaking I have ever heard. She was an Aussie and did point out some good places to go but I would rather spend a week locked in a room with Daren Ransom and Leigh Wyatt than have to go ...

Best village visited so far.

A travel blog entry by rickmowrey on Apr 26, 2014

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Brugge was amazing . Started by the Vikings in 900 BC . First church and stone buildings were built in 1300 by French and Dutch . We toured the whole village , shops and gardens. Lunch included salad and mussels . Tried a Belgian beer ... juliper . ...

On the road to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by adamcarly on Jul 04, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... Once again just amazing! To see where and how her family with others had to live was mind blowing. To think she only need to survive a few more months to see the end of the war. We had dinner and headed down to the red light district - which again is mind blowing. The canals where lined with coppled streets and tall skinny buildings that had windows the size of doors. The windows were occupied with prositutes trying to sell their services and once taken a red curtain would ...


A travel blog entry by parkdel on Feb 21, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... this on a bitterly cold winter Sunday evening, with light snow falling around us. It was absolutely amazing and really brought home to us the realities of war – especially the effect which World Wars have had on this part of the world and the gratitude shown to our service men and women who had the misfortune to be involved in the front line.

Our next stop will be back over the border to Calais, in France, where we ...