Address: Wulveringemstraat 40, Veurne, West Flanders, 8630, Belgium | Hotel
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Waffles, beer, and CHOCOLATE

A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Nov 05, 2014

8 photos

... here because we were all told on separate occasions to skip Brussels and come here instead. Now, I haven't been to Brussels... So I can't technically compare anything. But I'm in love with this city and am so happy to have come here! We drove down from Amsterdam yesterday morning and Jane was once again very helpful, for the most part... She re-routed us a few times when Erika decided to selectively listen to my directions (we accidentally ended up ...


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 ...

"f'n" Brugge - much better than the movie

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 16, 2013

5 comments, 41 photos

... wise, as it had been apparently cool right up to a week before we arrived...

All too soon it was time to move on towards Paris, via some of the Somme battlefields,
but that is another ...

Day 2 - Zeebrugge for Brugge

A travel blog entry by lasthours on Jun 10, 2012

55 photos

... just in case it rained. Loads of people on the trip, we were in coach 23 with our little stickers to make sure we remembered who we were.

Short coach ride to the town and a walk with the guide into the town square as a meeting point, and then a few hours to wander around. It's a lovely medieval town but pretty small so an hours walk later and we’ve pretty much seen it. We had a cuppa in ...

In Brugge

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Nov 03, 2011

... Madness. Which makes it a national pastime to say 'hoa je mee e pint'che schell'n' which translates from Flemish to 'let's go peel a beer'.  So I did. Many in fact. I tried white beers, dark beers, fruit beers, monastic beers, trappist beers and plenty in between. For a tiny little medieval town the nightlife really kicks on, helped by numerous bars that stay open to 4 or 5 in the morning at which time a small army of committed drinkers scatter back home across the ...