Hotel Duinhof

Address: Leeuwerikenlaan 23, De Haan, West Flanders, 8420, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from De Haan

    Sacred Ground

    A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment

    ... of art.

    Yesterday I traveled to Ypres, to Flanders Fields. Not being a history buff, I still thought that being so close to that area I should learn about their experiences here during WWI. Even though 100 years have passed, people here still feel the effects of the Great War. Just last week a farmer was digging up a meadow that had lain fallow all those years, and at first he hit what turned out to be ...

    Fairytale Cities

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... buildings. So few people recommended Belgium as a place to add to the list of countries I should visit in Europe, but as I consider myself as an amateur connoisseur of fine architecture, food and history than of party venues, I have enjoyed my time in Belgium immensely, and want to come back to explore Antwerp and Brussels. Ghent is a university city, so I suppose there would be some nightlife - imagine being in a bar overlooking the buildings of the city ...

    Lest we Forget

    A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... these shells - they used to just be stored, but it was decided they needed to safely dismantled. Apparently this was decided a few years ago, and at that point they had 60 years worth to get through- at best 30 a day, at worst 3. Even more bonkers- collectors steal these live shells from the roadside instead of letting the army collect them! A couple weeks ago a couple people fatally tried to dismantle one themselves. Almost 100 years on, and the ...

    Day 22: Brugge, Belgium.

    A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds on Oct 01, 2013

    60 photos

    ... 1: The existence of a cathedral is what makes a city a city (rather than a town). Brugge has a large and magnificent cathedral. We stood in the main square of town to view the Bellfry (Bell Tower; we pronounced it with the inflections of BellTire!). Detail #2: Back in the day Brugge was the first port city in Europe. Therefore, it was very rich and vulnerable to attacks. To maximize their defense, the city stored all their gold ...

    To beer or not to beer

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jun 19, 2013

    4 photos

    ... I had to try another Bruges beer before we left. A big glass case filled the left-hand side wall leading up to the bar and the signs indicated every beer was available. There were hundreds of them. I found a raspberry beer I thought sounded nice and went up to order it, only to be told I could have cherry beer, which was on tap, but not raspberry. Six beers were on tap and that's all that was available. Talk about false advertising! Not being a fan ...