Best Western Hotel Pax

Address: Heilig Hart Plein 2, Diksmuide, West Flanders, 8600, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Heilig Hart Plein 2, Diksmuide.
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    Homeward bound

    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 16, 2014

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    We needed to be clear of the house before eleven to allow Marie-Therese time to fettle it for today's arrivals from Antwerp. We did a good job of eating up, washing up and tidying up and had the van loaded for about 10.30. The rest of the time up to departure was spent in animated chatter with M-T, who wanted our opinion of yesterday's pottery workshop. She too enjoyed it but had trouble getting a full head on her figures. She had made three - all very carefully! Then much ...


    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... made a lot easier by switching it from Flemish to English. Our first train was heading east from De Panne to Brussels, so we changed at Lichtervelde, a miniature Crewe in Flanders, and just across the island platform was a train heading north to Bruges etc. The train journey was about half an hour altogether. Sunny midday by now but a cold breeze as we walked through a park and then along narrow streets to the city centre. ...

    Short weekend but more time for Brugge

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... and no obvious styles to get out when we left. fine with us, we like riding 1st class. (later found out we were entitled to because of our ticket class - YEA!)

    Bruges is a tourist town. it is not very large and the central part of the city is what all the tourists want to see therefore it is pretty much of a parking lot, everything moves slow because of the segways, the horse and carriages, the city tour buses, and all the pedestrians who ...

    Brugge - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by rhiannan on Dec 20, 2012

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    Today was a very rainy day in Brugge so after a very wet & windy walk to the train station to sort our tickets out for tomorrow, we had a lazy morning defrosting in a nearby book cafe. I couldn't believe it when I heard 'Passenger' playing through the cafe speakers, a British singer I love who recorded his album in Perth just recently, with a friend of ours on backup vocals. It's amazing to see how ...

    More Fields

    A travel blog entry by uncle_davros on Oct 27, 2012

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    The making of Australia was forged on the fields of what was meant to have been the war to end all wars, WW1, Fighting took place in Gallipoli and then moved onto the Flanders and the Somme, and the rest is history.

    Having travelled numerous times around the battlefields, we never get sick of seeing them, and as I had a spare weekend coming up, I had a look around and discovered another battlefield route, and as it was only 80ish Ks, we decided ...