Hostellerie Lou Pahou

Address: Zuidstraat 25 rue du Midi , Ronse, East Flanders, 9600, Belgium | Inn
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This inn is located on Zuidstraat 25 rue du Midi , Ronse.
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Day 6: Ghent

A travel blog entry by woklyn on May 18, 2015

4 comments, 10 photos

Today is our last day in Belgium, and we decided to go to Bruges. We had stayed there a few years ago, and loved it, so we agreed that to take a day trip there would be a nice way to finish this part of our holiday. We had to leave on the train after 9am in order to get the Senior's fare, which was no hardship, as we've been having very relaxed gettings-up-and-out in the mornings. It would have been more of a problem if we'd had to leave before nine. We had fun in Bruges finding ...

Hot Chocolate in Gent

A travel blog entry by chuckcurry on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Day 25Today we are training to Gent, one of the oldest cities in Belgium. In the Middle Ages it was an important trading centre. It has many beautiful old buildings with the characteristic Flemish (also Dutch) gables. They all seem distinct from each other. In Gent there are many public squares for people only - no car traffic at all. And today, being Sunday, in one there was a band concert, in another a rock concert, many cafés - all ver colourful and lively. Another day.
We ...


A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 15, 2014

10 photos

... three. Just doing our bit for the local industry, we don't really like chocolate. Guido and Magda then prepared a beautiful home cooked meal for us, their son and daughter in law. What a meal, champagne, carpaccio, pork medallions with a beaut side serve of roast potatoes and tomato/peppers etc sauce. What a wonderful day with beautifully generous and hospitable people. Sorry we were late with the blog, it turned out rather a late ...


A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Aug 23, 2013

11 photos

It's always fun to cross borders on a bike, but it's not always so easy to know when that's happened. Europe really just doesn't have internal borders anymore, so the only way for me to know I was in Belgium was to look at the cars' license plates (or notice subtle differences in street sign design). I woke up early, but started late as I had to fix a number of things on my bike. I am no mechanic, but ...

Breaking out of Ypres - Messines to Passchendaele

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 15, 2013

2 comments, 27 photos

... Post' at this cemetery.

With capture of Messine Ridge, the major British advance from Ypres, to push back the Germans ensconced on the nearby low ridges, where they observed and made life very grim for the inhabitants, was now possible.

The German front had now become a series of defensive zones rather than a strong front line,to counter the more powerful British artillery blasting their way through. This meant that they ...