Holiday Inn Express Gent
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Ghent
... and she takes me to the 10th floor of the building for a birds eye view of Ghent. Old steeples and clock towers soar on the horizon and she explains to me those building are in the main part of downtown.
After our meeting I walk along the canal seemingly backward in time. Instead of using a map, I follow the clock tower and church steeples I can see in the distance or between buildings.
I end up at a ...
... just before half-time the whole room suddenly hated me. Thankfully Belgium still went on to win the game and all was forgiven.
After a couple of heavy nights in Bruges I was back on busabout meeting crazy Australians and heading to Amsterdam. We arrived just in time to watch Netherlands play their knockout game against Mexico, and a wild party was pending that night. It looked like we would be having a quiet one when Mexico ...
... abbey, and a 17th-century monastery. The exhibits were fairly interesting, and it gives you a chronological history of the development of the city. However, the guide pamphlets were haphazard in the way they presented the info about each exhibit so the insights we were hoping to gain were limited. Even so, we were able to glean enough to realise that Ghent has a long history of being an important city religiously, politically and economically.
... with cappuccino, cheese, water and wifi. Our server guy was pretty funny. At one point this mom and child were standing outside the cafe. The 5 year old creeped inside and was looking around while her mom was still outside. Our server glanced at the child, looked at us, then back at the child and said, "table for one?". We lost it. Early night in due to the pouring rain. Ready to see Germany and Heidi tomorrow. ...
... NZ, that is!). There are bicycles everywhere - everyone has a bicycle....and Ghent has the largest car free centre in Belgium...and believe me, there were hardly any in the centre of Bruges!
We stayed on a campsite in a suburb called Blaameersen. It sits in the middle of a sports and recreation area. If you go out the entrance, there is a 2km stretch of water about 100m wide, around which is an oval running track, then a cycling ...