Hotel D'Hofstee

Address: Oostendesteenweg 55, Zuienkerke, West Flanders, 8377, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Oostendesteenweg 55, Zuienkerke.
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    Travel Blogs from Zuienkerke

    Yummy Chocolate in Belgium

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 13, 2015

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    ... out our windows, they showed a short film about Belgium on the bus.

    We got back just at all-aboard. We had dinner in the dining room and then went to the show, which was a comedian named John Joseph. We enjoyed the show and then went to karaoke in the Crow's Nest bar (no, we didn't sing), where Happy Hour began at 9 PM. We listened to karaoke for a while, got a couple drinks and then went to the piano bar. Barry from Boston was playing '70's music and we stayed until he took his ...

    Concert Day

    A travel blog entry by jeffkong on Nov 05, 2014

    After waking up at a reasonable 8.00, the group once again had breakfast at the hostel, before leaving for Ypres, for the Flanders museum. While the group had their slow morning, some of the guys and Roan went for a morning stroll to the cemetery for a photo shoot. The morning was a great way to start the morning, and the war graves at the cemetery set the scene for the In Flanders Fields museum, which was our first stop at Ypres. The museum was a grim reminder of what occurred in ...

    Today we are tourists

    A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... this one) and at the end of the war had been forced to give it back. When WWII loomed, Belgium decided to send the painting to the Vatican. It didn't make it but rather was stored in a museum until Hitler ordered for it to be taken to Germany. The art work has made it back to the cathedral (in the movie it was all due to George Clooney) and you can see most of it (for a price) there. Some panels are currently ...

    Best village visited so far.

    A travel blog entry by rickmowrey on Apr 26, 2014

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    Brugge was amazing . Started by the Vikings in 900 BC . First church and stone buildings were built in 1300 by French and Dutch . We toured the whole village , shops and gardens. Lunch included salad and mussels . Tried a Belgian beer ... juliper . ...

    Chocolates, canals and Flemish

    A travel blog entry by slouise123 on Feb 01, 2013

    ... the smelly fish market where the suspenseful chase took place and also walk in the park where Colin Farrel sat on the bench. The tour guides are brilliant and you will get a chance to meet people from all over the world who are also enjoying beautiful Brugge. The canal tour is also a must do while in Brugge. The boat winds around the canals and you get a guide narrating the history for the entire tour.

    Brugge will only take a day to see because it is ...