Hotel du Louvre

Address: Kerkstraat 147, Blankenberge, West Flanders, 8370, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kerkstraat 147, Blankenberge, is near Bruges Art Route.
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Travel Blogs from Blankenberge

First Dump of the Trip! (Then a Stunning Sunset!)

A travel blog entry by jbowles on May 13, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

... with fountain / (rudey) statue etc. and some lovely looking shops. The sun was just setting at the stunning beach and we had it almost to ourselves as it was quite a cold evening. Prego had an absolute ball as we walked and she galloped along the sand past beach huts and a trademark concrete bunker. We headed home via a Chinese for a curry for one to share before a few Jupiters, Sharpe and bed! Classic cheer up fodder, although we didn't need it now as this place isn't so bad after ...

Brugge- Venice of the north

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

37 photos

... date from the Pre-Roman Gaul era. The first fortifications were built after Julius Caesar's conquest of the Menapii in the first century BC, to protect the coastal area against pirates. The Franks took over the whole region from ...

Lest we Forget

A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 23, 2014

10 photos

... and our guide took us to the roadside see a (quite possibly live, and quite possibly full of chemicals!) shell. The farmers in the area still to this day find shells in their fields on a daily basis when ploughing. Once again, mind blowing! That shells, and possibly bodies, are still being found almost a 100 years on. Testament to the fact that this area really was literally decimated. Crazier still is the army now has the job ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by talesofaboy on Nov 11, 2013

57 photos

... deep in to Bruges heart.

Fully fuelled, I set off early in search of Bruges’ wonders. With the Jerusalem Church a small stones throw from my hostel, it seemed as fitting as anywhere to begin my journey back to the Middle Ages. Built in the 15th century by an overly keen merchant, desperate to seal his place in heaven (why go to church when you can build your own?) it was eerily mysterious and as my lone footsteps echoed through the dark ...

In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 05, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... and said he'd been called far worse than that.

We had two more stops in the afternoon. First, the British cemetery called Tyne Cot. Pristine white stones, soldiers "known only to God," a wall of remembrance, and sorrowing angels in what used to be a battlefield near Passchendaele. British forces never succeeded in taking Passchendaele, and now some of them are buried where the Germans had built bunkers to view the flat lands below. We then went to Hill 62 at Sanctuary ...

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