Holiday Inn Express Gent
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... could've been at church all on its own. Luckily jonathan caught out of the corner of his eye stairway that lead down to the crypt. Down there were more intricate and detailed burial sites and yet another church within the church. There were also many paintings from as far back as the 15th century and super cool historical pieces from the church like robes the old Cardinals had worn that were woven with gold thread. I could go on and on about ...
... out the Saint Nicholas Church where the paintings were stolen during the war. The movie, "Monument Men", is the story of how many of them were returned to the Church. Unfortunately, the paintings are only on display for holidays. We went into the church at 10:45 and they were arriving for services. There were only about 9 people there, but there was a choir singing as more people arrived. By the time we left, there were 20 or ...
We woke up this morning and packed our things before heading down to the hostels bar, where we met our Venezuelan friends from the other night. We checked out and locked our bags in the hostels luggage room then the four of us headed down to the metro together. We got some tickets then caught the train almost to the end of the line before getting off, then walked over to the Atomium! It's a really cool structure, made of giant metal balls connected by thin tubes, and made ...
... got there. When we got to Diest I borrowed a local kid's phone to call her and she came to pick us up. Now to give her credit, the place was absolutely beautiful from the outside. It is an old monastery founded in 1300 that has been bought by this group of people in hopes of turning it into a housing unit for a community of people living sustainably. Now what her website said was this was a bed and breakfast which hosted wedding parties and had ...
... bumping into Rennaissance but we had far more exciting things to look at as the waitress came out with our two main dishes, both Belgian specialities. I had opted for Ghentse Waterzooi, favourite dish of Charles V (born in Ghent) - it was originally known as poor man's stew, but tasted divine. Mark chose Viaammse Stoverij, a beef stew made with dark Belgian beer (no surprises there) and as Flemish a dish as you can get. I had a glass of ...