Hotel de Flandre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be able to watch the Belgian national team play among all their passionate fans! I was in Ghent, a town in the Flemish part of Belgium, to watch their game against Korea. The locals are very friendly and it wasn’t hard to meet people. The referee for that game happened to be Australian, and in hindsight I probably should have been less vocal about this. At first I thought it was a good icebreaker, but after Belgium received a ...
Spent the previous two days visiting Ghent, Belgium. Managed to rent a superb apartment on the fringes of the city center. The owner, Serge, had bought an old warehouse which he has converted into a large living space for himself and his wife Gina, as well as a conference facility, and a one bedroom apartment which we had. Industrial chic is the best way to describe it. Some of the old walls and beams have been retained, around which he has constructed an ...
... the way the Flash has handled himself and has never let us down (even after I inadvertently tried to rip its back off). Over our time here in the many caravan parks we have stayed at, the Flash has always been by far the oldest motorhome there
On our journey through Europe it was not uncommon to see cars and even the ...
... ready for beer to be greeted by Nepalese dancers and a seemingly endless furniture exhibition. Ah, is this the right place?
The hunt for beer begins! A room to our left, a chance perhaps! Ham, cheese, wine tasting, candy, pies. This is not beer! Care to try some wine? Well sure, if we must, but which way to the beer? We tried some wine and various samples, some cheese, some soup. Few seemed to speak English, or those ...
Yum here we are in the chocolate block of the world!
Decided to base ourselves in Gent and take day trips via train to Brugge, Antwerpen and Brussels.
The land here is very similar to the Netherlands - flat and filled with canals.
Gent is a beautiful small town filled with canals, cobbled streets and chocolate shops that you can spend a whole day wandering through.
Brugge on ...