Hof Ter Duinen

Address: Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke, West Flanders, 8670, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke, is near PlopsaLand De Panne.
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    Travel Blogs from Oostduinkerke

    Lille-Battlefields of Belgium-Lille

    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... inclusive.
    Of the 11,954 burials in Tyne Cot cemetery, 8,367 are unidentified British or Commonwealth servicemen. This is about 70% of the total graves in the cemetery. These graves are marked with headstones which are inscribed with the words “Known unto God”.

    HOOGE'S CRATER
    At Hooge on the Menin Road today the traffic passes at speed down towards Ieper and the visible spire of St Martin’s and the belfry of the Lakenhalle. But there ...

    Arrival in Brugge.

    A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen on Jun 06, 2014

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    We had a good travel day, taking the Eurostar train to Brussels, under the Chunnel, takes abt 2 hours. Then a one hour train to Brugge. Brugge is ridiculously cute , but seriously touristy town. But when you pick a place because of the beer and food you can't complain about those things. Our B&B is right I the center of town, and we walked all around town- on the canals as you can see in the photos. There are some museums but really ...

    Brugge

    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Feb 13, 2014

    34 photos

    ... Holy Blood and the former St. Donaasproosdij. At one side if you look up you see the palace of liberty which has wooden statues decorating it and stands above a gateway into the Burg. Climbing all 366 steps of the Belfort was terrifying. There is a narrow spiral staircase going to the top and people squeeze past on their way down. I was holding on for dear life but as you get nearer the top they don't have a rail so I was on my hands ...

    Brugge is a dream land

    A travel blog entry by alexmandaliti on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... as we got up early this morning to take out the bikes we had rented!! We spent the first bit of the morning biking through the town of Brugge! It is a very small town, about 20,000 live within the old walls of the city! We biked up and down the beautiful cobblestone streets admiring the buildings! Every building is covered in amazing detail work that you could admire for hours!! We felt as if we were in an old medieval town!! ...

    I would like to live here

    A travel blog entry by ikskotajs on Jun 12, 2012

    8 photos

    ... in a
    underground parking lot, I ask him if I have to get out here he is
    like no no, I am going out. Then he let me out in the very center of
    Brugge and left. I was just standing by a cafe and going online, he
    comes back and asks – do you want to eat or drink something. No
    thanks :D His English was not too good, so we did not communicate too
    much. But as of now I think I should have asked him WHY did he came
    back to pick ...