Astoria Hotel

Address: Leopoldlaan 7, De Haan, West Flanders, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Leopoldlaan 7, De Haan, is near North Sea Aquarium (Noordzeeaquarium) and De Plate Folklore Museum (Heemkundig Museum De Plate).
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Travel Blogs from De Haan

Sacred Ground

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 09, 2015

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... cars and trucks, vans and bicycles speeding through the narrow streets, I am walking in history, transported to the long ago past.

Known as Brugge here, Bruges was built originally as a fortress in the ninth century, with the intention of warding off marauding Vikings, but now it is one of Europe's best preserved medieval cities. We entered Bruges through one of its gates. In the 19th century ...

Another great day in Bruges and a sunny one too!

A travel blog entry by indygg on Oct 15, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... not only Picasso but All of his friends, including my favorite Matisse! Ah, love him. Sydney loved the Rene Magritte works; an illustrator also, and reminded us of her art. It was all amazing! We stopped on the walk back and shared the best paper cone of chocolate covered strawberries, only 5 euros! I was so excited to eat them, I forgot to take a photo, so I will just have to go back for more tomorrow! Lol! Enjoy a few ...

Lest we Forget

A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 23, 2014

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... cemetery of white headstones, apparently the third largest in Flanders, however we didn't stop at this one. Amazingly these cemetery's are maintained by volunteers, and there are many many cemetery's of various sizes. Our first stop was at a German cemetery and memorial site - very different to the allied cemetery! The headstones were flat in the ground and held anything between 3 to 6 people. As the German cemetery's in Flanders ...

In Brugges

A travel blog entry by callumhislam on Oct 03, 2013

... face, an the constant backdrop of the Nordzee and the endless beaches stretching straight along the coastline. Holland is protected by a wall of concrete, steel and sand. I quickly arrived in Middelburg where I stoppped for lunch. I had a couple of waffles and a lage fruit smoothie- the first fruit I'd had for some days at this point. It tasted Gorgeous. I had a look around the village, charged some electronics and headed ...

To beer or not to beer

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jun 19, 2013

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... which was used in the Middle Ages to care for sick pilgrims. The oldest bridge dates back to the 15th century and is still in use today. We saw the city's smallest window, a tiny opening high up on the wall, and heard that there were many bricked up window spaces in Bruges due to the window tax. Residents had to pay tax for every window they had in their homes, so rich people had lots of windows and the poor didn't. If the tax couldn't be paid, ...

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