Hotel Alfa

Address: Grote Markt 40, Ronse, East Flanders, 9600, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Grote Markt 40, Ronse.
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Day 4: Ghent - Belgium

A travel blog entry by woklyn on May 16, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... existent, in fact we aren't really sure if it's Flemish or Dutch we can't speak or understand here. However, we did ask a woman what was happening, and we think she told us that they had the detectors on loan, and were looking for coins which had been buried in the sand, and the person who found the most coins walked away with his own detector. We also saw the colourful change rooms on wheels. Do they put them into a circle when an attack is imminent, I wonder? Speaking ...

Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella arrive

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... We had lunch and then were on our way towards the Strepy boat lift which we will do tomorrow. The girls wanted to clean the decks as we went along and made a very good job of them too!

When we arrived at Thieu we could see the Strepy boat lift and through the lock on to the "ancient canal" we could see one of the old boat lifts which reminded us of the Anderton boat lift in Cheshire. We called up the lock on the VHF ...

Caravan patiently tolerating check up

A travel blog entry by hilde on Jun 17, 2014


... reislijst worden geschrapt.

De geplande reisroute: Brussel - Parijs - Limoges - Toulouse - Andorra - Zaragoza - Madrid - Granada - Malaga - Algeciras - Ceuta - Rabat - Casablanca - Marrakech

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Caravan standing in front of the house, patiently tolerating all the check ups he has to undergo: battery is working, watertank cleaned out, gastank filled up... ...

Breaking out of Ypres - Messines to Passchendaele

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 15, 2013

2 comments, 27 photos

After visiting Ypres, it is easier to understand the next sequence of battles in WWI, undertaken by the British Commonwealth forces and the strategy behind them. The absolute futility in the waste of so many lives, often attempting to do the same impossible operations, using the same front-on advances, is heart breaking even after all these years.

Our first stop today in Belguim Flanders is Messines, just a short drive from Bailleul and ...

Lest We Forget

A travel blog entry by ayjay68 on Jan 14, 2013

9 photos

... detailed information if you want to know more. Another of their Tyne Cot pages is here.

I'll let the pictures tell the story of the rest of my visit:

This was the Tyne Cot blockhouse captured by the 3rd Australian Division 4th October 1917