Full House Hotel

Address: Burgemeester Pyckestraat 35B, Kortrijk, West Flanders, 8500, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Burgemeester Pyckestraat 35B, Kortrijk.
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        Fun, fun, fun

        A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith on Jun 25, 2014

        6 photos

        ... difficult to play well when there isn't enough time for a sound check or to warm the instruments. It is also quite easy to get flustered when we are rushing so much. The soloists did well though. I am always in awe of people who can stand in front of the band and play. Early to bed again, I am starting to feel like we are letting the side down!! There is a lot of wheat grown in France and Belgium and my sinuses are congested most of the time! Thankfully you can get good drugs over the ...

        Day 27 - Brugges, Belgium

        A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 17, 2013

        23 photos

        ... Venice. Overhanging trees against the old brick homes. Brugge really is picture perfect. Back in the 70s they restricted anything on the roofs of any building. They had cable back in the 70s and the results are amazing. Pristine, clean cut city full of yep, character! We visited the basilica of the holy blood, which is a church that has a few drops of Christs Blood in vile. We stayed for the 'holy blood procession' quite cool. After we ...

        Day 3 - Ghent: Round 2!

        A travel blog entry by dchurch13 on Apr 20, 2013

        6 photos

        After dropping off our goodies from Brugge, we, hopped the tram, bound for Gravensteen castle. The present castle was built in 1180 by count Philip of Alsace. We took the tour, which provided interesting insight to the period in which it was built as well as its eventual abandonment, decay, and rebirth. Our history lessons complete for the day, it was time for…wait for it…more beer. Bur first, a quick stop ...

        Ghent is GOED (good)!

        A travel blog entry by lafemmefelice on Jul 07, 2012

        3 comments, 58 photos

        ... suggest it.

        Another note of interest are the Belgian people. I told Lodewijk yesterday that I just booked the ticket to Belgium because it seemed like a good way out of Sweden and arrived with absolutely no expectations or ideas about the country (read, pretty open but igorant). So, I was pleasantly surprised when during both train rides and my walk to the house I bumped into so many attractive people. I told him, "No one ever ...

        A water feature today!

        A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 28, 2012

        4 comments, 6 photos

        ... later and John came too, and so we asked in the bar where the ladies showers were and she was shown the same showers/toilets as John. She had a quick lukewarm shower too. Strange set up as there were urinals in the room, so she was rather pleased the bar was just closing and most people had gone home.

        We caught up with writing the blog and emails, chatted on Skype etc as the one good thing here is they do have Wi-Fi which we can use on the ...