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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Astel De Haan
Travel Blogs from De Haan
... around the less tourist travelled streets admiring the architecture and stopping beside another lovely canal for yet another beer. On Sunday 14th we had breakfast at the hotel and then hired bikes and rode to the neighbouring village of Damme, where we had coffee and looked around, they were having village festival and in the process of painting a series of village murals - there also seemed to be a book sale on the throughout the town - we visited the church ...
Jan picked us up and took us to the railway station to catch the train to Brugge in Belgium. Took about 3 hours. Our accommodation was right next to the station at the Ibis Hotel. After we settled in we decided to walk up to the main central square ...
... in buses. The captains' somewhat jarring landings at every stop, and watching people literally run and jump the gap to catch their boats provided some entertainment as we navigated the city. The vaporettos also provided a cheap and easy way to tour the city, with a couple of the lines going the length of the Grand Canal, and others going out and around the "head" and "tail" of the fish that is the conglomerate of islands making up Venice. Off of the water, we spent a lot of ...
... and Becca ate a total of 4.5lbs of mussels. Detail #3 made Annie very happy: Belgium prides themselves on the invention of the fry. YUM! Other must-eats of Belgium are Belgian waffles and Belgian chocolate, which Ari and Becca consumed happily after lunch. Annie shopped for a must-buy of Brugge: lace. We decided to venture deeper into the sights of our tour and visited a very old church to observe the "blood if Christ". Detail #4: ...
... real, probably another sinus infection (or recurrence of the same one). Back at the hostel I ask the guy about healthcare prices in Belgium, and decide a doctor's visit is too expensive for what might clear up on its own. He gives me the location of a pharmacy open on Sunday, and I confirm what I suspected - no antibiotics without a prescription. The only medicine available to me does more or less the same thing as what I've ...