Holiday Inn Gent Expo
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Travelwithjorg stayed here on Apr 24, 2011 during their trip titled: Weekend Trips.
... got a very expensive quiche and hot chocolate each, and Gabi and Guille got a pasta and soup. The soup was the best value, but it was still all expensive! So after our meal, we headed back over to the metro (resisting going to play in Mini Europe) and got a train back to the hostel. We went to the bar while Gabi and Guille went out to get something printed and organised, so we chilled out on the wifi for a bit, sussing out how to get to Gent that night. I contacted ...
From there, we chained the bikes to a railing along with a hundred others (thank God ours are a bright shiny blue) and took a stroll or rather a stagger (it was sweltering) along the banks of the Lys. On both sides were the most beautiful rows of houses, three storey stepped gable, 14th century. Graslei is the street running up one side - means "street of herbs and vegetables" and Koornlei runs along the opposite bank - ...
... in Ghent we just ignore you;
Daily stats - Travel: None Accommodation: Ross' Apartment Country: Belgium Highlights: • Brugge • Begjin • Boat ride • Town square • Lunch • Creepy church and lace place • Chocco story • Dinner in Gent Long Winded Story: We headed for Brugge today. Brugge is a lovely old town, that is now mostly there for tourist to gaze upon one of the best preserved old towns. The ...
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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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