How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Parkhotel Roeselare
Travel Blogs from Roeselare
... a good thing. We tried nine Belgian beers, from brown to blonde to fruit, and found that Belgium is known for beer for good reason! I might have gained twenty pounds in Bruges... I promise I like this place for more than the food! The vibe in this city is wonderful. There is a bit of a slower pace of life here, the people are really friendly and helpful, and I could hang out here for a long time. Tomorrow we are going south to Luxembourg and then who ...
... hot milk, and we also ordered a waffle that came with maple syrup. We found a canal and sat on yet another park bench and had our beautiful hot chocolate and waffles.
It was just gorgeous. Just around the corner was a street market that apparently has been in Brugge for hundreds of years. It was right next to a canal as well. It had lots of antiques and old wares and I bought two rings that were quite unique.
We made our way back to the square ...
... most respected medical hospitals.
The hospital is now relocated into more modern premises and a very modern museum is now located in the original 800 year old building.
It houses interesting displays from throughout the centuries, including medical instruments, furniture, paintings and sculptures.
It also has its complete old pharmacy on display, which incredibly was still in operation until 1971, plus the ...
As Boris described it, the Beizers spent the first night out of Brussels on a farm "somewhere between Brussels and Dunkirk." The well-kept Bed and Breakfast Kollebloem in St. Lievens Esse, Northwestern Belgium would qualify as this. Below are some pictures from around this beautiful Belgium ...
... of an ornate silver chest thing! So you had to take it on faith that the blood was actually there, and obviously that it was from Jesus. I'm not sold on the whole claim. The church was really beautiful though...
After the blood fiasco, we headed back to the hotel to pick up our bags, then hopped on the local bus to go to the train station. Here, we ran into some trouble. It was really hot all day, but definitely no hotter than it had been ...