Grand Hotel Belle Vue

Address: Koninklijk Plein 5, De Haan, West Flanders, 8420, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Koninklijk Plein 5, De Haan, is near North Sea Aquarium (Noordzeeaquarium) and De Plate Folklore Museum (Heemkundig Museum De Plate).
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    Travel Blogs from De Haan

    Sacred Ground

    A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment

    ... then another, then another, then he called in the army. Over 70 unexploded shells were found in that field, just last week! But finding things from the Great War is not what the people living here focus on; what is important to them is remembering and honoring their dead. Everyone here lost relatives; people check for their loved ones' names on the walls at Tyne Cot, the largest cemetery in Belgium with over ...

    Fairytale Cities

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... will also have to go on the list of things to do on my return trip to this side of the world. Since being in Belgium, I've tried some waffles (now I understand why there is the hype about them), cuberdoms or 'Flemish Noses' - berry cone shaped sweets that are a specially of Ghent, rabbit stew, Belgium chocolates and Belgium beer. How could you not love this country, with food like that on offer!? In Ghent we visited some old cathedrals where parts have ...

    Lest we Forget

    A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... War is still claiming lives. On our way to Tyne Cot cemetery, our driver kindly pulled over so that us three kiwis could get out at the New Zealand memorial. And later on, pulled in so that Pete could get out at a Scottish memorial, erected only a couple weeks ago. I think the mist poignant and emotional stop was the Tyne Cot cemetery - a spot with 12000 graves, and almost 3/4 of them are un named. It was touching to come across the New ...

    Day 22: Brugge, Belgium.

    A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds on Oct 01, 2013

    60 photos

    ... at the top of the Bellfry. So even if their enemies defeated the small army and broke into the city, they would still need to climb the 366 steps up spiral stairs, one by one, to reach the riches. This ensured that their enemies would have to battle Brugge soldiers one-on-one in the tower and tediously carry the gold down the spiral steps of the tower to be successful. After the walking tour we ate lunch at a recommended ...

    To beer or not to beer

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jun 19, 2013

    4 photos

    ... flavoured things, I declined and moved on. If we couldn't have beer, we wanted to try something else Belgium is famous for. We're on holidays and you only live once, right? So off we went to the markt to check out the tea rooms. We settled in, Mum with a pot of coffee, me with a tall glass of freshly-squeezed orange juice, and before we knew it we both had a hot waffle topped with fresh strawberries and cream placed in front of us. The waffle itself ...