Parkhotel Roeselare

Address: Stationsplein 7a - Vlamingstraat 8, Roeselare, West Flanders, 8800, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Stationsplein 7a - Vlamingstraat 8, Roeselare.
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      Officially off the market!

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jun 25, 2013

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      ... London, with lighter wallets and one heavier finger, we were back down at the port of Dover to catch our Ferry. The port of Dover is, for me, a spectacular sight. With nearly 50,000 passengers each day in and out of the port, it is a well-oiled, 24 hour machine with a constant flow of ferries and cargo ships. Nervously we boarded and after a rough journey we were on French soil for the first time. At 2am in the morning I had my first right-hand side of the road driving ...

      A slow start and a really good day

      A travel blog entry by lucyjlevinson on Aug 05, 2012

      ... went to the city hall. In the first room it was all about history, the second room there were item's that they used. After that we got waffles. We got them at a little store. The chef has a secret ingredient. The kids had theirs with hot fudge and whipped cream. All my whipped cream fell off. It was really good!!! Then we walked a little bit. Then we went to The Church of My Lady. It was really fun! The one peice of ...

      Day 3 – Anniversary walks, carriage rides an

      A travel blog entry by emfletche on Nov 28, 2011

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      ... Subway…).

      After a stop for a drink – a hot chocolate this time instead of a beer (the temperature has turned decidedly nippy despite the sunshine) – we continue our mission to explore every inch of the city. We find ourselves caught up in a school crowd; – the students look a lot more sophisticated than our English high school rabble – discover even more churches and little parks, and then stop for the obligatory beer and ...

      Churches Anyone?

      A travel blog entry by stevie1944 on Jun 29, 2010

      ... the Holy City. A worker at the church gave us an impromptu tour, albeit it was in Dutch, and there was little I understood. The only saving point was my familiarity with German, and Dutch being a Germanic language I was able to interpret most of what was explained to me. The focal point of the church was a ornate container believed to contain a piece of Christ's cross. An area of the attached museum contained many examples of lace, a trade popular in ...

      The BB Odyssey continues

      A travel blog entry by spo_rt on May 20, 2010

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      ... green, shady, clean. All the things that add up to a great night’s sleep and a lovely relaxed morning. Packed up and went back up to Lidl because Seano was quite excited that they had some very cool stuff (dim sims!!! Weiss wurst and Schwartz wurst - which we haven’t tried before). We were putting it all away in the car when a man approached Seano, speaking in Flemish - he started to speak in English when Seano replied in German! I worried that we ...