Hotel D'Aertrycke

Address: Zeeweg 42, Torhout, West Flanders, 8820, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zeeweg 42, Torhout, is near Geert Praet Antiques and Interiors.
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      In Bruges

      A travel blog entry by while on Jun 29, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... a while ago too). I acquire some gluten-free nougat (packet reading) some gluten-free marzipan (producer interrogation) and a gluten-free hot chocolate made by melting (packet reading) at various points throughout the day. The hot chocolate is inferior to the (Austrian) ones from Heidelberg by a large margin. The nougat and marzipan, another thing I only wanted once being able to eat it seemed iffy, are super-tasty (they're the good stuff, made ...

      Adieu Paris..Hallo Belgium..and some chocolate!

      A travel blog entry by mauza on Nov 29, 2012

      27 photos

      ... the many beautiful and cozy hotels. Later in the evening, when all the tourists have gone, Bruges finds back its charm and quiet of old times. Our Accommadation is in a local homestay appartment via the AirBnb website... a 2 bedroom/ 3 level place in the old city is a delight...Host Phillipe has all requirements covered..being able to relax in the newly tenovated townhouse is wonderful.,he has maps, ...

      "In 80 yds, Turn Right!!"

      A travel blog entry by martinandkate on Mar 17, 2012

      11 photos

      ... have quite happily eaten Fish and Chips, which is seriously odd. In typical style we were pulled aside for a quick vehicle check over at the Port and I am holding the beard and flatcap completely responsible. They are both difficult to let go of after returning home. Apparently we were safe to continue and were free to venture to the continent. Onto the Ferry.

      The DFDS ferry was marginally the most dull trip I have ever taken. The only highlights of which were ...

      Finally a CASTLE

      A travel blog entry by emileeh on Nov 11, 2010

      47 photos

      ... weather and some really cold kids. I really wish the weather would have been better because Gent seemed like it would have been a really nice city. We did walk around a good part of it, and we saw some interesting buildings and the main castle.
      The castle was definitely the highlight of the trip for me. Besides the castle in Spain, this is the first real castle ...

      Chocolate, beer and waffles, now THATS Easter!

      A travel blog entry by nicole_sparrow on Apr 02, 2010

      19 photos

      ... April

      Day three was Easter Sunday and most of the tour group headed off on a day trip to Brussels. Only just over an hour away in the bus, we arrived in Brussels mid-morning. But I’m getting ahead of myself - on the way we stopped at the Atomium, which is a giant structure in the shape of an iron atom (. Built for the world fair in 1958 for the world fair, it doesn’t really do much now except you can catch a zip line ...