Auberge du Pecheur

Pontstraat 41, Sint-Martens-Latem, East Flanders, 9831, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Pontstraat 41, Sint-Martens-Latem, is near Bijlokemuseum.
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    Travel Blogs from Sint-Martens-Latem

    Traveling woes

    A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... to find out what would happen if they wrapped in the gears. I pulled over to tie and tuck them in; no issue but was at the end of the group as I needed to catch up. I also noticed that the sun was strong and the trail was hard to see the hazards as the early morning had the sun right in our eyes. Just as the pace was relaxed and rolling through the parks you heard a bang and saw someone crunch over the handle bars. Even though there was nothing you can do, it was painful to see ...


    A travel blog entry by parkdel on Feb 21, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Museum, the Tyne Cot Cemetery and the Menin Gate.

    One of the most moving experiences was watching six musicians, each with a bugle, play the ‘Last Post’ at the Menin Gate. The Belgium people put on this small ceremony at 8.00pm every evening. The road through the centre of the memorial is closed off, and a hymn is sung. The bugle players are dressed in uniform, and army representatives lay a wreath.


    Why this trip?

    A travel blog entry by marjan. on May 17, 2012

    ... really scary. But then I remind myself that I'm going to the land of free refills, free toilets, frozen yoghurt, motels, diners, great customer service, wifi, loads of cars and lots of English, and I feel better. Besides, you can't plan life on the road any more than you can plan life at home, really. I'll see when I get there, day after day, destination after destination.

    Which would be a great conclusion. Only, it's not. Because this is where things start to ...

    About 'Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini'

    A travel blog entry by hilde on Jul 23, 2011

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... scheidt van de Marken.
    In de Monti Sibillini (enkel in het deel dat behoort tot het Umbrisch gebied) verheffen zich de hoogste toppen van deze bergen die, met de indrukwekkende en massieve berg Vettore, en de berg Redentore, een hoogte van 2476 m bereiken.
    In het hart van het Nationale Park van de Monti Sibillini, een gebied van uitzonderlijk naturalistisch belang, vindt de Apennijnse wolf en de koningsadelaar nog een toevluchtsoord, en ...

    Medieval Squares, Medieval Tour Groups

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Aug 19, 2010

    ... and even though they are technically Spanish (they speak Spanish and have Spanish passports), they are Basque first. Two of them even spoke Basque fluently. They said that while some regions, like Madrid, pay their taxes directly to Spain, their region pays taxes to Basque Country, which in turn pays its dues to the country. I read somewhere that this is a nation without a state, or something like that. Scotland, Brittany, and many others fall ...