Hotel die Prince
Travel Blogs from Ostende
Belgium is a favourite so far! The town is beautiful - feels like we're in a storybook. Poppies are everywhere. There is evidence all over town of John McCrae's poem. Today we had a few hours of free time so Josh and I took in the Flander's Field Museum and sought out some Belgian chocolate - so good! The museum was fantastic - provided the stories of many nations and individuals involved in the war effort. ...
... in the canal. We waited for 10mins for the barge to pass and the road to be lowered back down. We found the hotel (Hotel der Duinen) easy enough after that and couldn't have been made more welcome. We decided to pay an extra €18 per day to park the car in a locked garage (about 100m away from the hotel). Parking is very tricky and limited to 4 hourly periods only. Marc our host speaks excellent English (he was a teacher in a previous life) and gave us lots ...
... wanted to give it a look. It’s a triptych, but small. It depicts people undergoing a bizarre variety of punishments. Some of it, most of it, actually, you can’t really figure out.
This was in the first room, so I went through the other rooms, the last ending with a Magritte; and then I went back to room 1 and looked at the Bosch again. It’s unlikely I’ll see it again in person.
I stopped at ...
... 941;νδ 51; είναι Βέλγικ 51; πόλη περίπο 65; 70.000 κατοίκ 69;ν, η μεγαλύ 64;ερη στη ...
... things, got promoted afterwards. We had a good
conversation. He would not have taken me if I had just been hitching,
its much better to ask.
Took some time in the next gas
station. Met a girl hitch-hiker. She had already arranged a ride, so
we waited for the driver to come out, then we asked him if he would
like to take another one, but he said that he will take only her.
asked another driver and we ...