Hotel Des Brasseurs

Address: Koninklijk Plein 1, De Haan, West Flanders, 8420, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Koninklijk Plein 1, De Haan, is near North Sea Aquarium (Noordzeeaquarium) and De Plate Folklore Museum (Heemkundig Museum De Plate).
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On to Brussels

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 31, 2015

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... s a big city, overwhelming. One of the interesting things, which I was barely aware of, is that Brussels is the seat of the European Union government. With more time, I would have liked to go there and see the Parliament. I also barely knew that Belgium is a monarchy, and we saw both the residential and "official" palaces. After the obligatory chocolate shopping, we had Italian for dinner, not nearly as good as what we'd get at ...

Brugge to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Dec 14, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... br> We had lost track of time. Brugge didn't disappoint. We loved it.

We headed back to the car and started our drive to Amsterdam much later than we had planned.
We arrived at our hostel just outside of Amsterdam about 7:30pm.
The room was great. A six bed room in a hostel. It is a great set up. We will be looking out for more Meininger hotels on our roadtrip.

We unpacked & went straight to bed.


In Brugge's

A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jun 27, 2014

11 photos

... t been touched by old father time for centuries. Men drove horse and carts through the town as we wandered between large churches with huge steeples and along cobbled roads that followed canals filled with gondolas. There was a local market in the towns square where we sampled some of the locals homemade sausage that resembled a snake that had swallowed a fist full of bulldogs along with smelling some of the pungent cheeses on offer. A ...

Monthly Thoughts from Dennis, Part 4

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 01, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... better than Mardin’s, as well. It’s the most authentic feeling Turkish bazaar we went to.  Plus Urfa’s about to have a huge new museum open.  Both cities have good sites just outside the city as well that are worth seeing. And both cities felt like you could see everything in a day, so you really can go to both.    And now, some favorites from April: Favorite Bazaar: Urfa Most ...

In Bruges.

A travel blog entry by jennamariea on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 56 photos

... considering it's so great. It's violent and unpredictable, which is really what makes it so fun.
In the film, Bruges is sort of a boring place. Lots of swans and churches and canals. But for some reason that appeals to us. So it became our first city break from London.
We took the Eurostar at 10:58 to Brussels, and from there caught the Intercity train to Bruges. So in three hours we were all that way. It was like teleporting.