Hotel du Parc

Address: Marie-Joseplein 3, Ostende, West Flanders, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Ostende

A visit to the most famous Belgian beer bar

A travel blog entry by lawslo on Jun 20, 2014

3 photos

... them, ”Wait,” I grabbed Dan’s sleeve to slow him down. Remember we are supposed to make eye contact with the bartender before just sitting down.” We both turned our heads to behind the bar where a heavy set middle aged woman with short hair and a friendly but down to business face was handing a beer to another customer. Sensing our look she turned her head and nodded her assent for us to sit. Whew ...

In Bruges

A travel blog entry by talesofaboy on Nov 11, 2013

57 photos

... of Christ.

The cylinder itself had arrived from a crusade to Jerusalem way back in the 12th century. Along the way, it was stuffed with a bloody cloth used to wash the dead body of the Saviour, bound and sealed, and delivered to Bruges. Simple. We were invited forward in procession, one by one, to marvel, pray, touch, or simply witness quite possibly one of the most remarkable holy relics in existence. This is because, if all is as they say, ...

From the beginning... to Ostende

A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 08, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... grown' ELT Mesens and Magritte. Messens was not only a musician and artist but a publicist for Dadaism and organised exhibitions in Paris and London where he became director of the London Gallery.
However, I have to admit that I still don't quite "get it" Art between the wars struggled to find a way of expressing its frustration and a new way forward but for me I kept asking the question"Why?" when looking at some really ...

The end has come.

A travel blog entry by kevindoody on Jul 14, 2013

2 photos

Today is a sad day. It's time to go home :( I think my favourite part of this trip hasn't been the places I've seen, but the people and experiences. Sites are always beautiful, but the experiences that are had with friends are so good. I don't get nervous so easily, and am usually pretty relaxed when thrown into new situations, but for this I was secretly VERY nervous. Going to Europe on my own for 21 days?! What?! But the people I met really made ...

Chocolates and charm

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Mar 16, 2013

24 photos

... home!

It seems like a bit of a rabbit warren here, all confined to inside the city walls or moat that acts as a wall around the medieval centre. Bruges has only become as rich as it is, due to the wealth resulting from its time as a port. It did in fact used to be the biggest port in Northern Europe but is now no longer used as close by is Zebrugge.

A lot of the buildings in the centre have stepped lintels ...