Hotel D'Hofstee

Address: Oostendesteenweg 55, Zuienkerke, West Flanders, 8377, Belgium | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Oostendesteenweg 55, Zuienkerke.
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Travel Blogs from Zuienkerke

Waffles, beer, and CHOCOLATE

A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Nov 05, 2014

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You guys. You guys! You know how sometimes a place is known for something. Like, for example, how Belgium is known for chocolate? Well. It's for good reason. Holy hand made dark chocolates, Batman! We have spent the last two days in Belgium in a small city called Bruges. Sometimes spelled Brugge, and occasionally, though not often, spelled Brugse. It is a historic medieval town that apparently looks almost identical to when it was first built. We decided ...

Full day in Brugge

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Aug 24, 2014

... ride which showed us a large part of the town and many old places. It is a truly beautiful place to visit.l Forgot to mention the most important thing about Brugge and that is the famous chocolate products. On the first day we treated ourselves to a typical waffle with cherries, cream and rich chocolate topping. It was so rich that we didn't feel the need for any further chocolate. Had an early night as we had to catch an early train down to Amiens in ...

Exploring the city of Bruge

A travel blog entry by seejay on Apr 04, 2014

... Belgian Waffle Truck and had our daily fix! Then bundled up to go on the city tour. We learned what all the beautiful buildings were, not that we would remember, but it's nice to learn it once! We then took the city bus for a trial run to the train station, real easy. We took a scenic route back to town, oh my goodness, so pretty. The canals, the swans, the horses clip clopping by. We stopped ...

The Sky is Beginning to Brugge

A travel blog entry by johnnybwalker on Jul 25, 2013

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... for hundreds of million of dollars, more than any other paintings in existence, by a man who could not always feed himself during his life, but still slapped on the oils as thickly as he thought necessary. This always gives me a kick. Each thick stroke to me is a proud salute to art and creative expression, and a two fingered salute to poverty.

"There is nothing more truly artistic than to love people." Van Gogh

They say ...

Ypres and WWI Memorials

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 03, 2013

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... ambulances to more permanent hospitals and aid stations behind the line. We walked around the site and as with nearly all the other war memorials or cemeteries, it appeared so peaceful. Essex Farm was right alongside a canal and all the others were mostly surrounded by farm fields with almost all traces of battle erased. On the way out of the cemetery, we came across the grave of V.J. Strudwick (killed in 1916, at only 15 years of age), one of the youngest who fought during the ...