Hotel Sabot d'Or

Address: Kerkstraat 181, Blankenberge, West Flanders, 8370, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Kerkstraat 181, Blankenberge, is near Bruges Art Route.
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    Travel Blogs from Blankenberge

    Early Morning Cycle

    A travel blog entry by jbowles on May 13, 2015

    48 photos

    Jon was up bright an early for a 6am bike ride. These numerous paths, brilliantly networked and meticulously paved have been niggling for the last couple of days!! So off he went, armed with the camera whilst I bravely looked after the van ...

    Brugge- Venice of the north

    A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

    37 photos

    ... Romans around the 4th century and administered it as the Pagus Flandrensis. The Viking incursions of the ninth century prompted Baldwin I, Count of Flanders to reinforce the Roman fortifications; trade soon resumed with England ...

    Lest we Forget

    A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... these shells - they used to just be stored, but it was decided they needed to safely dismantled. Apparently this was decided a few years ago, and at that point they had 60 years worth to get through- at best 30 a day, at worst 3. Even more bonkers- collectors steal these live shells from the roadside instead of letting the army collect them! A couple weeks ago a couple people fatally tried to dismantle one themselves. Almost 100 years on, and the ...

    In Bruges

    A travel blog entry by talesofaboy on Nov 11, 2013

    57 photos

    ... a sense of serenity and tranquillity was bestowed upon me. The small stained glass windows offered the only light within, with the merchant and his wife laying cocooned in their graves; the church’s centrepiece. I lit a candle for family and friends and left. I’m not remotely religious but I would soon learn that the holy places of Bruges would hold a certain mystery that would intrigue me.

    I wandered the back streets, almost ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 05, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... see the only remaining trenches. When the current owner's grandfather returned from the war, he found his fields full of trenches and bomb craters, and he decided not to fill them in and plant crops. So we were able to see the zig-zag trenches, some of which were as muddy as they would have been in 1916. The trenches have gotten shallower over the years because while the owner maintains the site, he doesn't want to do anything artificial to it. He did have to shore up a few trench ...