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Travel Blogs from Oostduinkerke
... then another, then another, then he called in the army. Over 70 unexploded shells were found in that field, just last week! But finding things from the Great War is not what the people living here focus on; what is important to them is remembering and honoring their dead. Everyone here lost relatives; people check for their loved ones' names on the walls at Tyne Cot, the largest cemetery in Belgium with over ...
... GPS), was in the middle of a bridge on the highway. We accidentally made it to the city centre, parked, found a tourist information desk, and convinced the lady to take pity on our poor lost souls and print out directions to our hotel. Those also got us lost, but in the correct neighborhood, so we were able to figure things out quick enough. We had originally planned to check in to the hotel and then go explore Bruges a bit, ...
... gave us yet another concoction to help break up what is in the bronchial tubes. I sure hope it works! I am worried about Peter. Mornings are always better for him. He is not feverish, just weak from the intensive coughing. Usually he does pretty well until about 2PM and then starts coughing from then on and all through the night. We walked the main central area of the city this morning, tried a Belgian waffle and took a canal boat ride. The architecture here ...
... As the ghost of beers past finally ****** off to find the nearest pub to bother some other poor soul, I used the various spires across the city to navigate back, and retired for the night.
I arose early and fresh. I checked out and spent the morning harvesting souvenirs. I have a thing for postcards and little ornaments and am currently constructing my own miniature version of my travelled world inside my living room. When you live in MK, you need ...
... in the comfortable weather. Only one more landmark left, we ventured to the next stop on the way to the train station. St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral, a Roman Catholic Church. It was open for visitors after 2pm so we walked in and observed the large stained glass windows and wooden sculptures. this is just a warm up for the large castles and churches we will be seeing in Germany. Ready to return to Brugge, we headed for the train station. On the way, there was a local ...
Other places to stay in Oostduinkerke
Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke | 3 star hotelfrom $141