Sandton Grand Hotel Reylof

Hoogstraat 36, Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Hoogstraat 36, Ghent, is near St. Michael's Bridge, Belfry and Cloth Hall (Belfort en Lakenhalle), Saint Nicholas Church, and City Hall (Stadhuis).
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    A travel blog entry by izzy35 on May 04, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... story. Okay so now I'm going to tell you about my day so what I discovered is that the toilets are really uncomfortable because the seats are really thin and it feels like you're about to fall into them. So we were taking a walk today right near the river and it smelled so bad it had lots and lots of pigeons around it but as always bad things have good things and something ...

    Gent's Nightlife

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 26, 2013

    65 photos

    ... didn't want to wait any longer, so we headed off and walked/trammed to Hoste and Che's house. On our way there, we passed through the pavilion, which was built in the centre of town as a kind of natural amplification and performance space. There was a band playing there, and some weird but cool white box things set up to look like they were suspended in mid air. It was pretty cool, and the music was good, but we got told off for dancing silly at the front, because the sound guys ...

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by krystaloswald on Mar 19, 2013

    ... It was obvious that Ghent was lively and fresh. We later found out that it's a popular place for nightlife and the younger generations, which is probably why I loved it so much. After talking with some of the locals I realized I could truly see myself living there. It was absolutely beautiful and I would have spent the next 5 days there if I had the option. Additionally, the BD employees came out of their shells after a few glasses of wine and we all had some really great conversation.

    Chocolates, Waffles, and Smurfs (Day Fifteen)

    A travel blog entry by ericgoesplaces on Aug 31, 2012

    16 photos

    ... types of sausages. Both came with a side of french fries, or frites as they call them in Europe (chips in the UK). The food was excellent, and very filling. I have to admit that I don't always make the effort to eat the local cuisine. Due to time or convenience, it's just easier to grab something quick and inexpensive (i.e. sandwiches, fast food). Over lunch, we discussed his complicated long-distance relationship with his girlfriend, who's 23 ...

    Working girl

    A travel blog entry by saradehner on Aug 24, 2012

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... still learning Dutch. She has also been kind enough to
    assign mostly clients who know some English. My Dutch is getting
    better slowly but surely and I have found new ways of communicating
    and relating to my clients. Rather than feeling the overwhelming
    burden of a language barrier, I am now looking forward to honing my
    nonverbal communication skills while still learning a bit of the
    language. I think the next 10 weeks are going to fly by!