Ramada Ostend

Address: Leopold II laan, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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      Belgium

      A travel blog entry by stephmac on Jun 28, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... I was very impressed walking through the streets of the old town on my way to the hostel from the station. Brugge was founded in the 9th century by the Vikings. It is not far from the coast and has a large canal the runs south towards the town from the sea. It is thought the name derives from an old Scandinavian name meaning harbour or mooring place. Brugge was a very important trading port for Europe back in the day. The old town is surrounded ...

      Belguim to Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by judithbloom on Oct 10, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... amazing bridges. On the way into Amsterdam we stopped to take a photo of the Antrim. This is a large structure built for the Olympic Games in 1958. It was built in the form of an iron atom. It is amazingly modern even in today's standards. It has a museum in most of the capsules with a restaurant in the top capsule.John took a few photos but it doesn't do the size justice. We had to travel about half a kilo eter down the road to fit it all in. Last night ...

      From the beginning... to Ostende

      A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 08, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... some very expensive yachts close to the heart of old Ostend. We walked up oone of the main shopping streets, which lead to the sea front. the sun was shining and it was apleasure to be out and about. We joined the main promenade, a wide paved area adjacent to the beach. Children and adults alike were enloying a wide variety of bikes, trikes,and every concievable form of pedalled transport. Thankfully the space was large enough for all ...

      In Bruges.....Again

      A travel blog entry by jackandsuallyn on Jul 14, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Bruges was in the depths of winter, and a better winter wonderland you will struggle to find. This time the weather was warm and the place was heaving with tourists. It was quite a contrast compared with our last visit but immensely enjoyable nonetheless. The most notable differences were the canals that circle the town, on our last visit they were devoid of any activity and all were magnificently peaceful and tranquil. This time ...

      Chocolates, canals and Flemish

      A travel blog entry by slouise123 on Feb 01, 2013

      ... entertainment at night and if you are lucky enough to be there during the world cup or euro cup time, the football atmosphere is immense. Young travelers from all over come together celebrating football and drinking. Even if you aren't staying there, go in for a drink and you can also walk a bit down 'Langestraat' and see the Dutch windmills by the water. There are three windmills, dotted a mile or so apart, right by the edge of the city walls. They are about ...