Sandton Hotel Broel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Sandton Hotel Broel Kortrijk
Travel Blogs from Kortrijk
... four bugles ... It was the first time I had heard it played by more than one instrument. Very difficult for that piece.
After the ceremony we marched back up to the square playing the canberra march. While less nerve racking then the march at the arc de Triomphe, it was more difficult due to the cobble stones. We then played our concert in the square, and we were on fire! Great sound, timing and togetherness. The more ...
... which was where the free walking tour of Paris was due to start from at 11am. The walking tour went for about 3 hours and was very informative. The tour guide (Billy) was from Dundee in Scotland, however knew his stuff about French history. He was also very entertaining. Apparently he is moving back to Edinburgh so we might try and hit him up for a tour when we are there! The tour covered the Pont Neuf (which means "new bridge" even though its the oldest bridge in ...
28th May 2012
After usual tea, John hosed down the decks as there is so much dust from them cleaning the beautiful towers on the bridge near us. We then had breakfast and then John used shampoo to give the decks a good clean. They look greatly improved, but disappointing as the deck paint we put on last year has been a bad buy and is very marked in places, so will need doing again this winter/spring. It is amazing how ...
24th May 2012
Got up and did washing after breakfast using the washing machine to spin. We did this as a team, Isi washing and John rinsing outside using the hose pipe and bucket. We then managed to find the right connectors that will allow us to use the washing machine for a wash if we are near water and electric again, until such time as it is plumbed in. We then went for a walk round Kortrijk ...
... which served to suggest that congestion has probably been
alleviated by Ghent's promotion of the city as cycle and pedestrian
heaven. The city's fortunes have shifted in more recent times, and the
once run-down district of Patershol, for instance, is now an upscale and
upmarket area destined for even further greatness. As it happens
though, all the typical tourist elements were in place, namely street ...