Hostellerie Ten Lande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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After we finished our walking tour, we headed to the nearby coffee shop which had been recommended on the map. We ordered both of the suggestions, a cappuccino to share which came with whipped cream on it and a waffle each. These were the Brussels style waffles which were lighter and fluffier and served hot off the waffle iron as opposed to the Liège style which were sweeter and denser and were usually just reheated. We decided that we liked ...
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 ...
... many floors and was a chronological description of how modern day chocolate came to be. The best part was at the end there was a demonstration where they handed out some that they just made. (and girls you'll be pleased to know chocolate is good for you, it has the good type of cholesterol). After Chocostory we headed back to gent on the train for dinner, we ate at this very nice restaurant with some really fantastic ...
... For example, the “clip-clop” of the horses hooves as the tour wagons pass by (with the resulting horse “odour”), the gentle breeze blowing off the canals which in some cases contains floral scents, or the smell of fresh baked Baguettes which seems to permeate some parts of the city.
After lunch I was a bit tired and not really sure which direction the Hotel was, so I resorted to my “helper” a Garmin GPS ...
... I would discover) also had a vast system of bike lanes and bike traffic signals. It was as if I had died and gone to bike heaven. A girl could get used to this!
So, when in Rome…we did the obvious thing: we checked out Gent by bicycle and that was one of the best decisions (in a long line of great decisions) David and I made. We had no idea what to expect of Gent because, well, ...