Address: Zeedijk 19, De Haan, West Flanders, 8420, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from De Haan

No stone unturned

A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Jun 14, 2015

3 comments, 13 photos

... we did hang around to listen to the nice music played by the bells every hour. Have a listen. Tomorrow will be an early start, but thanks to our close proximity to the train station, it won't need to be too early a start. It's about a 3 minute suitcase drag from the hotel into the front doors of the train station. Easy, peasy!! Looking forward to the relaxing train trip to Brussels, and then the high speed train to ...


A travel blog entry by sammy_and_macca on Aug 27, 2014

1 comment

... out and about. The city was kicking. The belfry had bell ringers performing and the canals were all lit up. We grabbed a ride on a buggy driven by a young Flemish lass named Henglweg and pulled by Bibi. The places we visited during the 35 minute tour seemed almost surreal. Karen finished the night watching TV in English, proclaiming that she hadn't watched any for 3 ...

Braha as the locals call it

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 18, 2014

... the quickest way back to my hotel, the main parts of the city were now heaving with people and there were bands and concerts going on all over the place and that would have been okay but the city was now an absolute tip, there was rubbish everywhere an I figured in an hour or 2 way to many drunk people for my liking. so I will have to go back to brussels again but will try and plan it better next time and then it was time to go to Amsterdam

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Some time apart in Brugge

A travel blog entry by holdfast on Oct 26, 2013

6 photos

... and has just returned. He seems happy. It is difficult to describe how beautiful the city is here. The countryside is equally beautiful. Perhaps I'm not used to seeing so much green. The patchwork of fields, the trees turning to their autumn shade, the cattle and sheep all seem fertile and well cared for (fat). I have never seen such huge cows before and it seems every inch of land is being used. It is very different from our sunburnt country of scrub ...

Day One - London to Brugge, Belgium

A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Jul 03, 2013

3 photos

... It is 84m tall and has 366 steps leading to the top, which Joe and I climbed today (one struggling more then the other). Nowhere near as tall as the Dom in Cologne (which i would never climb ever again!) but the steps get mighty narrow at the top! The canals throughout the town are lovely and we saw quite a lot of boats doing canal tours, which would have been beautiful if they weren't choc-a-block full of tourists. Brugge is known for ...