Hotel Hildekind

Address: Durerlaan 1 /Murillolaan 5, De Haan, West Flanders, 8420, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from De Haan

Rainy Days and Mondays Still Can't Get Us Down!

A travel blog entry by jbowles on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

Late to wake today after a late dinner and white wine followed by red! But so so worth it! A lazy morning of kindles then showers and a walk to the shops. Prego took herself for another dip so we let her swim for ages in the hope she would exhaust herself so she would sleep all afternoon (which she did!) A nip to the shops for a few bits and then back to camp for ...

Day 12 - Exploring Bruges

A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 26, 2014

19 photos

With only time for one night in Bruges, we got up bright and early at seven, downed some Belgian crepes with yoghurt again, skipped the cheese course, and were almost out the door when we noticed the dates didn't seem right on our train tickets to Paris. Turns out we'd planned two nights in Bruges after all and didn't need to leave in such a hurry. But... Brussels. Meh. So we left early anyway.

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The Greatest Generation

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jul 29, 2013

6 photos

... let-down procedure, but all we could see was water and more water. Our radio operator couldn't tell us where we were and we didn't know whether we were over the ocean or the North Sea. I've never felt so helpless in my life. Our gasoline supply was running very low so we resigned to the fact that we'd have to make a forced landing at sea. Just as our (number) one engine quit, we sighted land. Anti-aircraft opened up on us as we ...

In Bruge

A travel blog entry by grizzlydb on Jun 10, 2013

2 comments, 21 photos

... jingles? And there's almost no language barrier. The town is Bruges (broozh) in French and English, and Brugge (broo-gha) in Flemish. Before it was French or Flemish, the name was a Viking word for "wharf" or "embarkment."

Right from the start, Bruges was a trading center. By the 14th century, Bruges had a population of 35,000 (in a league with London) and the ...

'You're an inanimate object!'

A travel blog entry by kittybo on May 22, 2013

3 photos

... Venice so I felt quite defensive. Bruges had to prove it was worthy of such a title.

If I hadn't realised my expectations could disappoint me they probably would have. Ever the pessimist I worked hard to judge this place on my own accord. I feel whatever I write won't be an original description. Yet I think that says it all; the town is essentially the same as it's always been and that's the appeal. Bruges is a toy town, to me it looks like a model ...