Travel Blogs from Koksijde
... remember what I ate for dinner because the dessert was really what matters. I had the most amazing dark chocolate mousse with currants. Remember at the beginning of this post when I mentioned the chocolate was good here? Well it is delicious! Please see Erika's blog for more details on the chocolate mousse. Today we went back to city center to explore! We decided on a whim to do a chocolate tour through the city. And by that I mean as we walked ...
... a salad - we had to get another table over to be able to hold all the food - whoops!! We still enjoyed sitting on the cafe and enjoying the food and passerby's. The ride was peaceful and beautiful along the canal - miles of straight bike paths, trees, ducks and even a swimmer in the canal. Then on our way to the city we saw a ...
Sorry, but I have been waiting to use that line. Today we explored this small and very pretty town. The entire center is designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site, so this is a clue to its allure. The area is laced with flower-lined canals and restored medieval buildings, churches and residences. We took a canal boat ride, visited a couple of small museums, saw the other major art work from The Monuments Men (Michelangelo's Madonna and ...
... 8217;s always interesting going to the supermarket and seeing what they do. We wanted some fresh milk as we discovered we had a fridge in our room, but we couldn’t find any fresh milk, go figure. We are in a farming district and can’t buy fresh milk. Had to make do with the UHT, but it isn't the same. We got a few things and then made our way back to the hotel.
We decided to go for a walk around the hotel and the local district to see the sun ...
... civic buildings warranted many photographs. There were many outdoor cafes and restaurants and even though this is only the start of the tourist season the streets were already packed with thousands of tourists. Should also mention impressive and very old canal system filled with boat loads of tourists. The local food speciality seems to be mussels served with frites. Needless to say also countless shops selling Belgian chocolates and vendors making ...
Other places to stay in Koksijde
Koninklijkebaan 122, Koksijde | Hotelfrom $125
Koninklijke Baan 225, Koksijde | Hotelfrom $139
Noordzeedreef 6-8, Koksijde | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Koninklijke Baan 62, Koksijde | Hotelfrom $126
Zeelaan Avenue De La Mer 254, Koksijde | Hotelfrom $101