Hostellerie Petrus

Oerenstraat 13, Alveringem, West Flanders, 8690, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Oerenstraat 13, Alveringem.
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    Travel Blogs from Alveringem

    The final chapter....... Bruges in Belgium

    A travel blog entry by parkes on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... met back at the apartment to swap stories.
    The following day we were preparing to leave and our train took us back to Brussels and we changed to the Eurostar back to St Pancras in London. We then said goodbye to Mike and Jen and changed to the tube to return to Heathrow. Our BA flight took us to Hong Kong for 2 nights before returning home.
    What a wonderful experience and fabulous trip !!
    Thanks for listening,

    from Robyn
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    Bruges - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 14, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... dry. This way the paint and the plaster bonded so it would never fade. Thats a lot of effort to go to for something that was never meant to be seen again After the cathedral I made my way to the town square. I got myself a belguim waffle, in Belgium, and it was to die for. Then I made my way to the town hall. The actual hall is quite impressive. A huge room covered in paintings and carvings. Really lovely. There was a museum just off the main hall with displays of ancient books. ...

    And now we lie, in Flanders fields

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Nov 10, 2013

    2 comments

    ... sights of the dead,
    the wounded, the maimed, and a terrible anxiety lest the line should
    give way." The feeling cannot be adequately described. I was in saddened awe.

    The weather was starting to turn, so we returned to our van and drove further on, to Carrefour des Roses, which marks the place where the Germans first used chlorine gas. The gas was originally invented by a Jewish-German chemist, whose wife killed herself after WWI because ...

    Our own Trench experience & Hill 60

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 02, 2013

    4 photos

    ... trench system. We were pleased we arrived just as two buses of school groups left, one of them being PLC Pymble. I had read and also reminded by Trevor at breakfast yesterday to take an extra pair of boots as it could be muddy. Could be??!! We were up to our ankles in mud and water and slush. Fortunately I had hiking boots but Greg just had old runners and so not only his shoes but also his socks were putrid very quickly. It really gave us a small taste of something else the ...

    Chocolates, canals and Flemish

    A travel blog entry by slouise123 on Feb 01, 2013

    ... entertainment at night and if you are lucky enough to be there during the world cup or euro cup time, the football atmosphere is immense. Young travelers from all over come together celebrating football and drinking. Even if you aren't staying there, go in for a drink and you can also walk a bit down 'Langestraat' and see the Dutch windmills by the water. There are three windmills, dotted a mile or so apart, right by the edge of the city walls. They are about ...