Old Flanders Hotel

Address: Jozef II Straat 49, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Bruges - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... and I thought it would be something a little different from the Christian histories. I completely ignored the word CHURCH! Not synagogue, church, that would be christian! I went in anyway, it is the private chapel of the Adorno family, who have owned it for 500 odd years. Today they open it up to the public. They have great interactive displays where you can learn about the history of the chapel and the man who built it, Anselmo Adorno, who was quite the adventurer. He was ...

Belgium - Day 8

A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... preserved medieval town from the 1300's (Steve's description). When we arrived there were tons of people here because a cruse ship was leaving from here. It settled down later in the day. We could not check into our hotel right away so we dropped off our luggage and headed to a bar we heard about in the Sentinel for lunch. They were closed but the manager happened to walk out while we were ...

Off to Damme Brugge today

A travel blog entry by rossport on Sep 02, 2013

8 comments, 27 photos

... battle quicker but to no avail as he still lost his Waterloo. Judy made another phone call and was told the boat will not be ready till at least 1pm so we decided to drive into Brugge and park the car and go for a walk and maybe get on one of the Canal Boats that circumnavigate the city.

We then headed to the Grand Place in Brugge a lot of the Belgium towns and cities have Grand Places as this was the old Market squares where all the Guilds and Merchants handled the ...

Brugge, Belgium

A travel blog entry by poweringon on May 19, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... stop just like my Millenium bunch :)

The ride back into Brugge went a different route through the countryside. We were told the interesting story and example (see photo) of how the saying "daylight robbery" came about. The government introduced window tax, the more windows you had the higher your taxes were. The people cried you are robbing us of our daylight as many could not afford to pay and bricked up ...

Brugge with Olympic gold on our mind

A travel blog entry by levinson5 on Aug 03, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... Spanish and Dutch. When we went to climb the bell tower. The line was really long to get tickets. So when we were in line we bought a deck of cards and all the girls went to the bathroom. There was all different levels to take a brake and read about it. But when we were going up we did not stop. When we got to the top the bells did a song and after it rang for the hour. We stopped at all the stops on the way down. After the bell tower we went ...