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 …
... in their bikes! As we got closer to Belgium the countryside did change, not much, but it did change, more wooded areas and larger farms and houses. We arrange our tickets for our trip to cologne, we were able to use our German rail pass - hurrah! But just as I was feeling smug about a well planned travel day..... On the platform for Gent, all of us ( there was a number of other passengers) thought we were in the right place just checked the board ...
... to click pictures for me. It was an absolute pleasure with this young traveler, cos he shared a lot of his travel experiences. He also told me about the places he visited in Brussels and around. At the end of the tour, we had lunch together at the restaurant and I took the metro to Brussels and then a train to Ghent. It was a day well spent in good company.
This place is certainly a must visit ...
... 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 ...
... be a transitional thing going on - lots of new buildings interspersed amongst the old. Centuries old churches beside new office blocks, old cobbled streets criss-crossed with tramlines, Macdonalds and Starbucks co-existing with traditional patisseries, cafes, and restaurants. And bicycles. Thousands of bikes weaving there way in and out of buses and trams.
Paid a visit to the Ghent City Museum, or Stadsmuseum GentStadsmuseum. It's centered around a ...