TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cosmo Knokke-Heist
Travel Blogs from Knokke-Heist
... for our gourmet meals, tasted a couple of their 400 beers they produce, enjoyed their cafes and took a canal tour to learn a bit more about the city. It was occupied during the war but not bombed, so it had loads of old world charm.
One of their churches houses one of the 3 remaining statues of 'Madonna and Child", so we enjoyed the cafe on the street, while Helen popped in for a gander.
We also found a Haagen Daz ...
... the sort of dinner one is craving after a hard days cycling... The camping facilities were awesome. They have the most thought out camp shower I have ever used. Inside the cubicle, there is a protected but open area for clothes which has two shelves and three hooks. This allowed me to have my shoes off the ground and a clean and dirty clothes area while keeping everything dry. Awesome! Ok, it's 10pm and it's been a long day. Good night world! On the ...
... their basement, waiting for November. Their parents and their grandparents – maybe even themselves – were liberated by our people, and for this, they are thankful. Marching down the street in Hoofdplaat, surrounded by flags, was humbling. This march not only pays tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice, but it serves to build solidarity and a sustained feeling of friendship between the Low Countries and Canada. It was a privilege to ...
... since we had eaten, and then only
fries and three wings on a stick each, the food was appreciated even if
there was nothing special or outstanding about either dish.
I pretty much decided my day
was over. Felt pretty good about it too. I knew that Tom wanted to
head back to town at night to see the main market square in lights but I was
convinced the walk back to the center of town was not worth it. Tom was
insistent on going and ...
... there were signs of a massive clean-up starting as we arrived at Central Station.
So off we go at 9:15am, through lovely green countryside, sprinkled with farms, cows, sheep, crops, townships, & wind generators, all in harmony. The cattle & sheep grazing or resting under these huge wind turbines, many of which are right on the edge of the farmhouses of town hamlets.
The 3 hour trip passes Antwerp on the way to Bruges. Once ...