Hostel De Draecke
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the receptionist closing up the lobby. I approached him and apologized for arriving at such a late hour, but wondered if I could still check in. When he said yes, I could've picked him up in a bear hug. It was so nice for something to go according to plan. He gave me my key and told me of a few pubs nearby if I wanted to go out tonight. I just stood there and looked up at him through my swollen, tired eyes with the same baffled expression as the hotel receptionist. I think he got the ...
... our barge. Our accommodation is basic but clean and the crew and our guide seem to be very good. After dinner we had our test ride into Ghent for a walking tour of the city and then a ride back to the boat in the dark. Ghent is quite lovely and would deserve a longer visit. It is a real city with a large university which gives it a vibrant feel instead of a tourist maintained town that rolls up the sidewalk when the tour busses ...
Just around the corner on a small triangle of park with large trees, free range chickens!
A quiet wander along the canal towards the historic centre, and even on the outskirts, sculptures, these with a sense of humour. St Michael's Church was striking, but inspite of signs to the contrary, it wasn't open. Had hoped to see "Christ on the Cross" by Van Dyke. ...
... knowing the "foreigner in a new city" phase from earlier in the weekend. They had gotten it figured out and pointed us to the hotel.
We booked it across the square, running into the hotel. It was 5:50, the group was meeting at 6 to leave for dinner. As soon as we walked into the hotel, we saw our professor and some other girls sitting there. Brittni started crying and freaking out on Karcher, the day had been the ...
... Bruges – it was pretty much flat, green lands with rivers, canals, and the occasional lake. There were small towns and villages filled with houses that looked like old cottages out of a painting, or just houses built at least 50 years ago that looked quite weathered.
After arriving at the Bruges train station, we were picked up shortly after that by our AirBnB host, Kurt. We really appreciated the pick-up and not having to worry about trying ...