Travel Blogs from Oostduinkerke
... It is a reasonably pleasant place to stop.
There are always several campervans there, so, feels safe.
Not relevant on this occasion, but, a big plus for Kathleen, there is a church nearby, with Saturday Evening Mass.
... their speaking parts in the freezing cold, we walked through the thousands of people gathered around, and went for the warm bus. After this we were to stop at a service, but decided to go straight to Belgium. We are currently staying at a lovely ...
Sometimes your image of somewhere is inconstant with what you find when you visit. Bruges at 37 degrees would be such an instance. Snow covered houses, snow men with carrot noses, rivers glistening with frosted surfaces is what I expected. Not Australia in a heat wave! And Wenz has a cold. As the Yanks say "go figure".
Much to the chagrin of our ...
... of buildings and gardens surrounded by a wall, which served as a home to single women starting in the Middle Ages and today is the home of the nuns of the Order of St. Benedict.
As we ventured out toward the center of town, crossing through streets filled with shops and eateries designed to appeal to tourists, we faced the irresistible barrage of one of Belgium's signature treats: WAFFLES. For some reason, it had taken over 24 hours ...
... the second coming of 90's Seattle grunge.
Or the anti American street art in Barcelona that serves as the only reminder the last 4 centuries happened in the narrow lane ways and colorful terraces.
I suppose the texture of a city is the thing I find fascinating.
But I am being unfair to beautiful Brugge. The longer I spend there the more entranced I become.
How fortunate I am that delightful company ...
Other places to stay in Oostduinkerke
Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke | 3 star hotelfrom $141