Hostellerie Ten Lande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostellerie Ten Lande Beernem
Travel Blogs from Beernem
... to as Grumpy was the worst I had met almost threw us to our table, took our order and then was just on the border of being rude. The coffee was good and so was the view so we stayed for a while watching the world go by before heading out. The weather was quite grey but no rain and almost like a Perth winter day didn't need hat or gloves.
We wandered around the town looking in churches, at old buildings, eying off the chocolates which came in ...
Started off sunny and then clouded over this morning. We had our tea and then we decided we were not very hungry so we got on our way around 9am and would have something later.
We had 3 lifting bridges and we had to wait about 10 minutes at each one. There was a big barge due and so we waited at the first one, and they took absolutely ages to follow us. We were not exactly going fast so we wondered if they had booked a time ...
... right on Markt. I know, I know… never eat on Markt Square… too expensive, low quality food blah, blah, blah…. But the waiter on the door of the ‘Belle Vue’ was luring us in out of the cold and we didn’t resist. And, you know what? Our meal was fantastic.
Three courses – including the obligatory bucket of mussels for me and Flemish stew for Mr Fletche – with one drink each and side orders – ...
... much more detailed than the oneI had, and we found the Markt without any problems. We also found a small internet cafe that sells phone cards and, coincidentally, my travel calling card worked from their phone.
After calling home we set out to find something to eat. After searching around for some time we ended up at Wijngaerd, a small cafe next to one of the canals. Cassy had a Waldorf ...
... 8211; it was absolutely breathtaking. There were groups of primary school kids playing games in circles, shouting at each other and laughing. The buildings stretched up and around us like we had entered some kind of magical kingdom. Amazing.
Last stop was a chocolaterie, where we bought a few pieces of filled chocolate. The perfect end to a few of the most exhausting days I’ve ever had in my life. Totally worth it.
More to come. Off to Venice ...