Sandton Grand Hotel Reylof
Travel Blogs from Ghent
... I asked my older sister, Natasha, if she remembered the book. She did! But, she too didn't remember the name, nor did she have the book in her collection of "books Mom and Dad gave me as gifts when I was growing up." She suggested I talk to my sister Sabrina to see if she had it or remembered it. Well, with one thing and another, I never remembered to ask Sabrina. But, serendipitously, when we were staying with Sabrina ...
... When they told me about this festival I decided to add it to my itinerary.
I am pretty sure if the same thing was attempted in Australia it would have to be called off after the first few days after too many drunks tried walking across the road, passed out in the gutter or fell off the bridge. Not the Belgians though, they are the picture of moderation, and have never ending energy to boot.
... to drive to Brugges! It was exactly like what driving into a fairy must be like! The castles, big churches, street vendors selling waffles, boats going up and down canals, people riding in horse drawn carriages and taking tours on Segways... well, maybe not the last one! But it was definetely unreal! We had only walked about three blocks by the time we all already loved it! Then we took a canal tour, which ...
... beers we were off to the third and final stop-Charlatan
which by the way have amazing and unorthodox graphics for their weekly
events fliers. We took a photo of one ...
Back track to yesterday...
checked out of the hostel at approximately 9:45; had some toast and tea for breakfast and tried to repack our backpacks so they shrank at least a little bit. left the hostel and decided to go to the natural history museum. we got to the museum and thought we'd be able to check out backpacks somewhere, only to find it would cost 5 pounds to check our backpacks because they weighed 9 kilos. so we decided against that, and walked around with our bags ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility