Holiday Inn Gent Expo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Gent Expo Ghent
It was a good hotel with a tram nearby to go to the city center.
Good breakfast too.
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Sat Aug 2
-we got up on the late side and bumped into Oz and Texas in the dining room. We all sat around and had bfast and laughed about the past few days. Amazing how even a short shared experience creates closeness.
-we boogied out to …
... map in hand, glasses close by, and off (after coffee by the gateway, of course). The Belgiums must have excellent eyesight as the printing on the maps is absolutely miniscule. First stop was Gravensteen, the Castle of the Counts.
A castle had been on this site since the 8th C, with the current castle begun in the 12th C. Its structure and ...
... Ghent goes to see is the 1432 polyptych 'Adoration of the Mystic Lamb' by the Van Eyck brothers in St Bavo's cathedral.
One of the days here we caught the train from Ghent to Brussels, a 30 minute trip, and once there, we did the customary hop on hop off bus trip to get orientated, and then spent hours in the brilliantly presented European Union visitors centre, Parlamentarium. As we had only one day in Brussels, we ...
... strict silence policy inside the bar while the music was playing, which was a pretty cool idea, but we wanted a chat, so we got a beer and went and sat outside for a chat. We added some beer pictures to our collection, then decided to move on to the next place. We grabbed the bikes and walked through more of the beautiful town to a bar called Het Trappistenhuis that had over 150 different Belgian beers! They had a menu to read to choose your beer, but it was in Dutch, so ...
Brussels. Where do I start?! Having made the stupid mistake of walking from the train station in the blistering heat and arriving at my hostel drenched in sweat, I questioned how I would ever make friends. I honestly had no need to worry. After finding my dorm was empty, I head down to the bar to get a drink and meet people. I ended up becoming part of group full of Americans, Australians and the odd European. I couldn't have caked for ...