De Mangerie Guesthouse

Address: Visserskaai 36, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400 , Belgium | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Ostende

Bring on the calories

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 06, 2015

6 comments

... One of the things belgium is famous for is its fries. American soldiers, trying these belgian fries for the first time, thought they were delicious and they caught on quickly. However, the american forces, erroneously thinking they were still in france, labelled the fries "french fries", a name which remains today.

Bought some chocolates on the tour, tried some belgian beer. We walked by a lot of the restaurants on one of the town's more ...

Bruge Belgium

A travel blog entry by marilynross on Apr 29, 2014

8 photos

... of the many bars and cafés. They also promote themselves as a romantic town. One of the cafés has red roses covering the entire ceiling. Many of the buildings in Bruge are old. Some of them have been around since the 15th century. There are also modern reconstructions of older medieval buildings, A greater part of the town with a population of about 20 000 locals ...

Sussing out the good stuff

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 07, 2013

5 photos

... awe inspiring but then most hotel breakfast buffets aren't. cooking for masses of people means you cook fast and to the lowest common denominator, it seems for most hotels. While we are not gourmands by any means, it is hard to be impressed by any hotel breakfasts these days. still, it's a good meal to get with your room and starts the day out nice, or at least with a cup of coffee.


Off we go and we are headed for the museum ...

Bye Bye Bruges

A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan on Jun 20, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... fitted the beds. We also had quite a funny conductor who proceeded to shout in a mixture of German and English rather than talk normally to anyone he conversed with. I actually lost count about how many times he shouted about the train to Cologne throughout the whole night. The journey had some spectacular views of the countryside, and some amazing contrasting weather - you could see both thunder storms and a beautiful sunset out of the ...

Through Wind and Rain for Frites

A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Aug 24, 2012

3 photos

I've been sharing a lot of highlights from our trip so far. But it must be noted that a trip like this also has its share of lowlights. For example, navigating a foreign city can be...let's say...challenging at times for a couple (don't worry - we're still happy newlyweds). Or you could show up at your B&B at the arranged time only to find that the proprietor has decided to step out, leaving you with a phone number taped to the door, which is useless since you don't have roaming on ...