Hotel Ter Streep

Address: Leopold II-laan 14, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ostende

Brugge Day 2

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 21, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... hour, which wound around the buildings built on the canal from the 1500-1700's. Kelly spotted a bar on the canal and we headed there, were we enjoyed some beers and Sue some bubbles with some cheese, while we watched the many canal boats. The toilet fascinated Fay, with a gold fish tank with the hand basin built in ...interesting with fish running around! We then meandered along the main road which had been closed off for street ...

400 flavored beers

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Sep 06, 2013

... wise and everything was super expensive so we headed down one of the smaller streets. We ended up finding a small restaurant with a set lunch menu for 12€ which was cheese croquets with salad, half a metre of farmers sausage with mashed potatoes (absolutely gross and quite possibly horse) plus a waffle with icing sugar. After lunch I was buggered so we headed back to the hostel and checked out a few vintage and antique shops along the way.

I had an hour ...

Feeling sick sucks

A travel blog entry by while on Jun 30, 2013

6 photos

... entry). I'd say the repairs are sorely needed, the building looks sadly shabby and chipped inside. I later find GF fancy chocolates (made in Brussels not Bruges, but seriously tasty and nice salespeople). It's nice to feel familiar with the town, a real benefit of staying in one (smallish) place for so many days. I have a look for the vial of (supposedly) Christ's blood at The Church of the Holy Blood, but though I find (I ...

Thank you Brugge x

A travel blog entry by asheevk on Nov 15, 2012

My last day in Brugge and Belgium for that matter, how sad! I was really enjoying my time in Brugge, and I was sad to leave. I knew I was going to spend the day in Brugge and just spend the night in Brussels before my flight to Italy. Once again in the morning, Jaey and I went out for breakfast. This time he wanted me to try a local type of sandwich (which now I cannot remember the name of) since we were eating a bit later around 11.
We walked to ...

Brugge: Amongst the Medieval Canals

A travel blog entry by kurtmills on Mar 08, 2012

41 photos

... hospital gadgets. They also hold the first half-body portrait of the Christ walking with the cross painted North of the Alps. Pretty amazing!

Traveling around Brugge really helped me to get a visual since of the historical transition of trading power in North Belgium (then the Low Countries) in the late Medieval period until the Dutch Revolt of the 1580's transfered trading power to Amsterdam and the ...