Address: Wulveringemstraat 40, Veurne, West Flanders, 8630, Belgium | Hotel
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Just a little bike ride to the beach ... or not ..

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Dec 14, 2013

37 photos

... the beach. It was very interesting and I wouldn't say it looked pretty, there was a series of ugly sky scrappers lining the beach and then the water was a brown colour. We went down and touched the icy cold water and had a photo taken. We then walked around the small town that was more like a ghost town as nothing was opened. We eventually found a café and got an overpriced toasted sandwich with bolagnaise on the top, which we had to eat quickly so that we would have time to ...


A travel blog entry by carinamjones on Oct 02, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

We have taken advantage of the beautiful weather here in Belgium and gone on a few bike trips. One of them was to the historic city of Veurne which is about 8 kms from where we are staying. The city was founded in 891 as a small borough and gradually grew into the city it is today. In 1668-1713, the city was part of France. Until the end of the second war, Veurne was often in the center of political ...

Day 9 - Brussels to Bruges

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 10, 2013

59 photos

... Bruges – it was pretty much flat, green lands with rivers, canals, and the occasional lake. There were small towns and villages filled with houses that looked like old cottages out of a painting, or just houses built at least 50 years ago that looked quite weathered.

After arriving at the Bruges train station, we were picked up shortly after that by our AirBnB host, Kurt. We really appreciated the pick-up and not having to worry about trying ...

On Bruges

A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Sep 06, 2012

17 photos

... we had arrived in Brussels where we enjoyed a pleasant start thanks to the friendly and helpful woman at airport info desk, friendly and helpful taxi driver, friendly and helpful Fedex guy who shipped our hiking gear off to western France to wait for us until the beginning of October and a guy named Jan with tight white jeans and surprisingly hairy forearms who suggested I try a traditional Belgian specialty of ice cream sprinkled with chocolate wrapped in a waffle cone and ...

The Beer'd Ladies

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Sep 17, 2011

12 photos

... as opposed to the kind you find on the front of postcards selling overpriced future landfill to tourists. Despite our disappointment, we bought some olives to 'savoury' up our systems ahead of a day of beer and sweet treats.

The beer came first. It was after midday when we arrived at Brewery de Halve Maan which has been in operation from 1546 and is the last working brewery in the city. We had intended to do a tour but once we decided to start with lunch which required us ...