Claridge Hotel

Address: de Smet de Naeyerlaan 81, Blankenberge, West Flanders, 8370, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on de Smet de Naeyerlaan 81, Blankenberge, is near Bruges Art Route.
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        Travel Blogs from Blankenberge

        Ghent and Brugge

        A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on May 11, 2015

        ... centre is white small, over several blocks the town has the benefit of magnificent 12th century buildings and canals. After a couple of hours we moved on to Brugge about another 80 kms and after some difficulty as new roads had been built near the station, we found our hotel and booked in. Our car is parked in. Public parking station, however on presentation ...

        Brugge- Venice of the north

        A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

        37 photos

        ... Flemish and French cloth fairs at the beginning of the
        13th century, but when the old system of fairs broke down the
        entrepreneurs of Bruges innovated. They developed, or borrowed from
        Italy, new forms of ...

        Beautiful Bruges

        A travel blog entry by cleanslate on May 24, 2014

        4 comments, 2 photos

        ... 8211; not too hot or too cold, the sun isn’t beating down but neither is it raining.

        Bruges is just 12km from the border with Netherlands. First hint: breakfast. As in the Netherlands, breakfast is a basket of bread (French bread, hovis, a sort of carrot-cake like loaf, crusty rolls), with
        jam and cream cheese. Oh, and Nutella. They were kind enough to make toast for the
        Anglaise this morning. Not sure ...

        In Bruges

        A travel blog entry by talesofaboy on Nov 11, 2013

        57 photos

        ... of Christ.

        The cylinder itself had arrived from a crusade to Jerusalem way back in the 12th century. Along the way, it was stuffed with a bloody cloth used to wash the dead body of the Saviour, bound and sealed, and delivered to Bruges. Simple. We were invited forward in procession, one by one, to marvel, pray, touch, or simply witness quite possibly one of the most remarkable holy relics in existence. This is because, if all is as they say, ...

        In Flanders Fields

        A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 05, 2013

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... boiled potatoes and applesauce, and another beer. It cost €25 but since I hadn't had to spend any other money today, it was worth it.

        Oh, and we found out that the tour member I mentioned yesterday has, indeed, left the tour. Apparently, she checked out of the hotel this morning and never did talk to Rolinka or Heidi.

        I leave you with John McRae's poem, "In Flanders Fields":

        In Flanders fields the poppies blow
        Between the crosses, row ...