TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Viking Ostende
Travel Blogs from Ostende
... br> directly to charity. All this travelling and we still have time to give back!!
Whilst at the bar we were given the tip to do the pub crawl, thinking this would be a
good way to sample more of the local specialities we jumped on board. The first
pub was great and we had our included free beers I think we left via a teleport
as next thing we were 16 again doing mouth pour shots on the street between
bars (these were the " ...
... turbines on the pier which were impressive. We saw the sports deck including the football and basketball court. Kieran and Barry played table tennis which was quite weird given that it was windy and the ship was moving. For dinner we went to the Da Vinci restaurant. The restaurant is huge with plenty of staff to look after you. Our waiter was Randalf from the Philippines. He was funny and looked after us. Barry had sea food bisque soup to start and Lynn ...
Friday, May 9th – Brugge
Arriving a couple of hours late into Zeebrugge we waited for the boat to clear and headed out on the shuttle to the front gate at the Port of Zeebrugge to find our Taxi George – the company that we engaged to take us the 35 minutes to Brugge.
After a little searching we found Carlos with the sign marked "Tom" in the front window. Tom ...
... 8220;know” in a foreign city. It’s kind of like telling the foreigners, “See? I’m okay. I have friends.”
OMG, I forgot to tell about the Spanish Inquisition at the pier. Of course nobody expects it, duh duh duh. But we were all delayed about 20 minutes as the police checked out all the taxis, and I mean they looked at the engine, the meters, and all papers. Our driver said it had to do with ...
... 962;, στο Knokke-Heist στα Ολλανδ 53;κά σύνορα.
The coastal village of De Haan proper has maintained a low skyline so its many buildings in Belle Époque style are still prominently visible.The town has a 18-hole ...