Address: Schorestraat 61 , Schore, West Flanders, 8433, Belgium | Hotel
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    Belgium day 3 - 7

    A travel blog entry by leighbee87 on Sep 05, 2014

    ... they accepted cards and then at the end of the meal told they didn't accept cards. Thankfully we had cash but we didn't get our bill, so we put €10 each down and left. They were lucky to get that €20. Sadly I don't know where this restaurant is or what is was called but you will find it by going to the nearest galleries to the train station and getting to the middle of the gallery. On Saturday we went on a trip to the battle fields of Flanders and ...

    In Bruges

    A travel blog entry by janined22 on May 23, 2014

    ... of all was the canal boat ride. It's not Venice! The boats are little motor boats and take about 30 people. The bonus was that unlike Venice - which costs an absolute fortune - this boat only cost 7.50 euros per person. The ride went for 1/2 hour and the captain was very good pointing out things of interest. Again, I was in awe. There was a mixture of English and French speakers on board and a German family who also spoke English. ...

    In Bruges

    A travel blog entry by talesofaboy on Nov 11, 2013

    57 photos

    ... I doubt I’ll ever know.

    I began to stare at the clock, desperate to summon any suppressed superhuman timewarp powers of the mind that may be hidden within, and counted the microseconds until boarding would be announced. As the last drop of train station brew was thrown back, James leaned in closer, with the kind of eyes reserved for late night dance floors, when those desperate for a snog aim wildly before the lights are flicked on and you’re ...

    Bicycles and Bruges

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jul 09, 2013

    8 comments, 9 photos

    ... in the 16th century, their channel to the sea gradually silted up and they lost their dominance. The population of 200,000 shrunk back to 50,000. However these folk were very forward thinking. Right back as far as the mid to late 1800's, they looked to tourism. Bruges, in fact, was the world's first tourist destination, mainly appealing to the very wealthy Brits and French. Nowadays, Bruge gets 2 million tourists a year. ...

    Waiting for the Tunnel

    A travel blog entry by thereays on Sep 30, 2012

    ... in the UK, in several European Countries, it is not unusual to have beggars at the church door, so, I pass my time waiting have a discussion (in a mixture of French and English), with the resident beggar on his opinion of the state of the French economy. He tells me, he is forced to sleep rough and has ...