Ibis Gent Centrum St-Baafs Kathedraal
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... 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 ...
... the accordion which was surprisingly cool. Eventually, the heat got to us, so we took a tram back to the station. I have no issue with not having the trains posted in English, but if you call a station Midi in most books, maps and timetables, only using the Dutch version on the board at the station can be quite confusing. I mean, we assumed Brussells Zuid was the same as Midi (even though it doesn't make sense, midi being the French for half and Zuid being Dutch for south) but ...
... we finished we went back home and I spent some time working out how to get to the bus stop for tomorrow's trip back to London, and looking at photos on Facebook of my little brothers year 12 graduation ceremony and being jealous that I wasn't there! We had a bit of chill out time after that, doing our own things, Darren had a nap, Karina was practising her face painting, and I had a few bookings and things to organise. After a while spent just chilling, and when Darren ...
Maybe if I'd come to Gent before going to Brugge I would have liked it more but it was not comparable. It seemed pretty quiet when I parked below where the flower market is held on a Sunday morning (in the purple fish section this time). Even when walking to the main square it seemed pretty abandoned as none of the shops were open. Once I got to the main square it livened up quite a bit. I went into the church there and on my way out ...
... need to change platforms, waited about 20 minutes, and got onto the next train. I had to kick someone out of the seat that I had reserved, and spent a bit more time writing about The Tallest Man on Earth gig.
Once I got into Brussels Nord, wandered around for a while until I found a spot that looked like a central area, or an area that looked like the main part of the station so that Lynn could find me. Luckily she had given me ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Gent Centrum St-Baafs Kathedraal Ghent
Breakfast was fantastic! Rooms clean, television with cable. WIFI is available. At times, the people at front desk seemed preoccupied and unwilling to accommodate.
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