Novotel Gent Centrum
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i don't normally like hotel chains, they lack any character and when you wake up you really could be anywhere in the world, there is nothing personal to them...BUT on the other hand, you know what you're going to get...great service and great amenities, each and every time
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At the barbeque with the college, a few of us made plans with the students to go out to the bars. We got back to the hotel, took a break, and left to meet up with our new friends. Many of the students at Ghent are from other countries, including far away. We hung out with a guy from Paraguay (with whom I had a conversation in Spanish), a guy from …
Our first farm visit was a nice introduction to the Belgian Blue breed. Belgian Blues are a beef cattle with a genetic mutation that make them double muscled. They are very lean, and the most popular beef cattle in Belgium.
The farm we visited was half Belgian Blue and half Holstein milking cows. The Holstein portion is new, with the …
Today we started off our journey by walking through Ghent to the bus, and making our first stop at Tyne Cot Cemetery, the world's largest WWI Cemetery.
At the entrance, there was a small museum of artifacts from the battle fields and some papers of some of the men buried in the cemetery. There was a tv that played through photos of soldiers, …
Our final visit of the day was a tour of the University of Ghent's vet school. We walked through the barns, while it was foaling season for the horses. As soon as we got in, there was a girl leading a mare with a foal trotting along side to get weighed. It was adorable.
We toured the facilities, and saw everything from surgery rooms (one of …
So, after a long day of getting lost all over Belgium, we arrived by train to Ghent. Immediately I went to the information desk, and asked how to get to the hotel. The man drew on a map for us, and told us to go to the trolly station next door. So we went, bought tickets, and road the cable trolly into town.
On the trolly, we were …