Hotel Restaurant Den Hof
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Restaurant Den Hof Zelzate
Travel Blogs from Zelzate
... to the Netherlands.
It's doing surprisingly well as far as I could tell. I ended up in there on a cheap t shirt spree. Most of the clothes I packed were shirts and jeans ready for the likes of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi where shorts are banned owing to the locals objecting to tourists running around their worship centre dressed in underwear. It quickly became obvious though, just in Eindhoven's ...
... staggering! It's a genuine fairytale world. Sadly as in most fairytales it's extremely anti-wolf which is a bit tiring after a while. Places like Eftelling should realise they have a sense of responsibility towards their younger guests and promoting a wolf friendly atmosphere. One particular house in the middle of the Sprookjesbos has a group of dwarves happily sat around their dinner ...
... we got back to the campsite, and the gates had been locked at 11pm. Everyone was very sleepy but we managed to don our rain coats and make a hasty retreat back to the tent. And then it started raining...a lot. The thunder and lightening continued persistently and by 1am there was 6 inches of water right upto the edge of the tent! Mummy sent Daddy out in his pants in the pouring rain pegging out again.(mmmmmm pegging out the guy ropes he didn't do on the first ...
... for Christ’s sake! What happened??
My whirlwind life happened.
I studied and lived in Leuven (2 years), then Antwerp (3 years), then Leuven (1 year) again. I lived in Spain for 4 months during my studies. Once graduated, I worked on the Canary Islands for 6 months; then spent some time in Norway before landing my first job in Belgium. I lived in Belgium for a while (Herentals, moved to Leuven, then moved back ...
... somewhat negate the earlier long walk!
The cruise was a little over an hour and a half for 9.50 euros per person, very good value for money here. I would concede things are expensive here, not so much on a per-item basis but that everything is, or has, an extra – such as tipping at about 20% and even on the cruise they ask for a tip on top of the ticket. The latter is definitely optional, unlike cafes, but there is an assumed obligation to give. In ...