Hotel Zuidwege

Address: Torhoutsesteenweg 126, Zedelgem, West Flanders, 8210, Belgium | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Zedelgem

      Thursday; sun and rain and rain and sun

      A travel blog entry by indygg on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... we did as it really poured for the hour we were inside! Shopping was done today and we had fun in the side streets and the beautiful shops; we find everyone extremely friendly and helpful! We ran to find cover in the next rain cloud and downpour on the way home, and ended up in a hidden courtyard behind the Church of our Lady; old grapevines, a little bridge and a little path; so mystical! We are going to dinner in a while and guess what? The sun is out! ...

      Biking in Bruges and climbing the Bell Tower!

      A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on May 31, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      I am feeling relieved as Peter slept last night and woke up feeling a lot better! His Gram's "recipe" worked along with the pharmacist's concoction. Lian got us breakfast and we headed out to the bike tour meeting place in Burg Square. It was really fun albeit a little scary at times navigating around pedestrians, horses and buggies, cars and scooters. We got separated once from Nathalie, our guide, and one of the women crashed her bike! We rode all through the ...

      Another travel day

      A travel blog entry by while on Jun 28, 2013

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      ... for workers 'saving' the ruins from ruining further - though they aren't restoring it). The history of the people there was pretty cool; a real life story with conquering, royal marriages, a 'winter king' (he was only king for a couple months, I guess in winter) and then later a lot of poets and philosophers impressed by the ruins (30 years war era bombings among various fires and I think other wars). Today I encounter a train with a technical ...

      'You're an inanimate object!'

      A travel blog entry by kittybo on May 22, 2013

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      ... 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 ...

      Exploring Brugge

      A travel blog entry by asheevk on Nov 14, 2012

      ... you look at it from the canal though, way cool.

      After the canal tour I was feeling a bit hungry so I had myself my first true Belgian waffle. It was everything I had hoped for and way more. I think Belgium has mastered the art of perfecting their food, when you think of some countries when you go there and the food is not as good as you expected then there is Belgium. The food surpasses your expectation everywhere you go, maybe it was because I was eating ...