Andromeda Hotel &Thalassa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Andromeda Hotel &Thalassa Ostende
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... even had some with motors. We went inside one of the shops to negotiate prices and realized how cheap it was to take one out for a spin. We opted to keep it OG and rented out two basic pedal karts. The owner needed something of ours to keep as insurance, my passport, you know incase I wanted to go GTA on his ass and drive my sweet new whip back home. We started peddling away up the walkway and onto a long pier. Driving in circles and using the handbrakes while ...
... main shopping street was the belfry, which is based on those at Bruges and Antwerp but understandably about 1/5th the size - probably representative of the populations. The shops themselves were the sort you'd only find in such a place as Sluis - selling unneccessary things such as polka-dotted wellington boots, oyster shell necklaces, or 'I <3 Sluis' iphone covers. The owners probably get no more than five paying customers an hour but somehow ...
... about the Committee of the Regions, eurozone, and bailing Greece out of its economic crisis. We learned about the evolution of the EU as well as how it currently functions from people who work to keep it going everyday! After our time there, we spent the evening indulging in Belgian delicacies such as waffles, cherry beer, mussels with french fries, and plenty of chocolate!
The next morning, we had the day free so four friends and I ...
... worried about me being on my own or that I’d be bored but I told them that I’d go and make some friends (probably with the staff – I wasn’t kidding). I was early and they were still playing the ballroom dance music for the geriatrics shuffling around (sorry but that’s exactly what it was like). I found myself a quiet corner and started to play games on my iPhone. I did feel a bit awkward but the place wasn’t busy so I could keep myself ...
... Otherwise, be prepared for a fairly full boat. Less is definitely more in this case. The guide is informative, but a bit monotonous. Sailing down the canals, it adds to the imagination of what life was like back in the medieval times.
From the waterways to the streets, it was a day of wandering and exploring new streets. Streets without shops feel truer to past days, while shopping streets are filled with almost an ...