La Terrasse Hotel

Address: Zeelaan 204, De Panne, West Flanders, 8660, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zeelaan 204, De Panne, is near PlopsaLand De Panne.
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      Travel Blogs from De Panne

      Sacred Ground

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 09, 2015

      1 comment

      ... here was a powerful experience. We ended the day at the Menen Gate, listening to the Last Post, a bugle call that has been sounded here every evening since 1928, in memory of the British soldiers who have no known burial places. On our drive home we saw a part of a highway that simply ended in piles of dirt; work will not continue here because this was another place where the Great War was fought. This is all sacred ground. ...

      In Bruges.

      A travel blog entry by jennamariea on Sep 13, 2013

      1 comment, 56 photos

      ... considering it's so great. It's violent and unpredictable, which is really what makes it so fun.
      In the film, Bruges is sort of a boring place. Lots of swans and churches and canals. But for some reason that appeals to us. So it became our first city break from London.
      We took the Eurostar at 10:58 to Brussels, and from there caught the Intercity train to Bruges. So in three hours we were all that way. It was like teleporting.
      ...

      Officially off the market!

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jun 25, 2013

      35 photos

      ... we could just follow the car in front in steady traffic, but instinctively it felt extremely awkward. Out first night in France was spent amongst trucks at a lay by and by the next morning we where again in a new country, this time Belgium. Ypres was out first point of call and I am glad to have spent a few days here. Infamous for it’s role in WW1, Ypres is surrounded by battlefields and war cemeteries. It has been one of the most eye-opening and somber experiences of ...

      De Panne - Belgium

      A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 05, 2013

      5 photos

      ... with a sun umbrella, but, not to be out-done, because this wind seems to drive-in from the North, they lay the umbrellas down on their sides, (so the main shaft is almost parallel with the ground) and use them as a big wind-break. It looks a bit strange, but is quite effective...

      Barbequing Marshmallows

      A travel blog entry by jaugustyn on Nov 05, 2012

      Coming up on my last week of fieldwork at the mental health community center I have been working at...

      Today I gave a presentation about culture in Kansas and mental health care in the United states. I had given the presentation to a small group a couple weeks ago and it went over very well so it was opened up to anyone at the center who wanted to attend. I was so happy to see so many people attend; the room was full!

      I had a great time talking about home and what ...