Hotel D'Hofstee

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

The final chapter....... Bruges in Belgium

A travel blog entry by parkes on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... met back at the apartment to swap stories.
The following day we were preparing to leave and our train took us back to Brussels and we changed to the Eurostar back to St Pancras in London. We then said goodbye to Mike and Jen and changed to the tube to return to Heathrow. Our BA flight took us to Hong Kong for 2 nights before returning home.
What a wonderful experience and fabulous trip !!
Thanks for listening,

from Robyn
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Bruges - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

So being the careful planner I am, today I pulled out the guide book and decide to take the recommended city walk, checking out the sites along the way. The first thing that caught my eye on the map was the folklore museum. Unfortunately it did not catch my eye on the street because I managed to walk right past it and not even notice. I did notice the second thing on the map, being the Jerusalem Church. Now because it had the name Jerusalem in it I made the assumption that it would ...

Goodbye to the Netherlands, hello to Belgium

A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy on Mar 29, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... one yet!). The beer is a locally made one and has 6.6% alcohol content - and got the tick of approval. While sitting here the 2 women next to us asked us to take their photo (in English). We found out they were from London and in Brugge for 24hours having a break (as you can in Europe!) They asked us where we were from and after some discussion it turned out that one of them was from Chch and her grandmother lives in Moncks Bay (surname Hines). We did some ...

A side trip to Brussels

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 07, 2013

14 photos

... just get us to the park. The section of the park with paths is a mile long and connected to a large natural reserve over 5 miles long. The park was beautiful, more of a forest, then a park, but we did find a nice grassy opening filled with families and friends lounging about. I realized after we left I forget to take a picture, but there wasn't anything specific to take a picture of. Just think of a gigantic Prospect Park in San Francisco and you will be close. Our sandwiches ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by krystaloswald on Mar 17, 2013

... stew are all very large traditions in Belgium (at least it was good)!

All in all, Brugge didn't give me that great of an idea about business or life in Belgium because it was oriented towards people who are not from Belgium. That being said, I think the trip would have sincerely lost out without having the visit. Brugge is truly as beautiful as people say and there is a lot of history worth knowing once you get past the touristy feel.
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