Hotel De La Paix

Grote Markt 20, Poperinge, West Flanders, 8970, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Grote Markt 20, Poperinge, is near The Abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren.
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Travel Blogs from Poperinge

Day 4 (or 5? Meh, who's counting anyway).

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

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... to transfer at Lille. Not just trains, but entire train stations! It was a 10 minute dash across the streets to jump on the next train. Who needs drugs when you can get that sudden, intense rush of adrenaline that comes from having only minutes to find your next train. What platform? Where is that? Argh! Ha-ha! Today was our day though - smooth sailing from start to finish.


Tim's Birthday!

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 04, 2014

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We stopped at the local grocery to pick up bread, meat, cheese, fruit, cookies and soda, then rented bikes for the afternoon. Took a ride through some back streets away from the tourist crowd--absolutely charming architecture every way you turn! Ended up at the NE section of the outer canal which used to be the moat for the city. Enjoyed our picnic in a beautiful park before continuing our ride. Later we climbed the 366 steps up the bell tower ...


A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 10, 2014

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... with Honour" in July 1919. He married his sweetheart, Mabel, in November 1921 in Morecambe and they had 6 children, spread out over 20 years, of whom I am the youngest. Dad died aged 64 in Morecambe in September 1960. Mum lived on to be 91 years of age, when she died in August 1988. Her twin sister, aunty Ruby, who lived with us after their mother ("Nana Bland") had died in 1952 and lived with Mum, when we had all grown up and moved on, also died in her 92nd year - in February ...

My Belgium Christmas

A travel blog entry by nataliemarie on Dec 23, 2010

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... chocolate… ;and traditional new years biscuits.

Daisy’s town is quite small and everyone knows everyone and there not quite used to tourists and it isn’t every day they met people from Australia. They people were so welcoming and happy to talk to me and feed me chocolates and different types of Belgium beers, I didn’t complain but it was probably the first time in my life that I started to turn down chocolate!! One day we were sitting in a café talking ...

Finally, crossing over to Belgium

A travel blog entry by nas.latif on Sep 17, 2010

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... not see, and when they passed the boat it skewed to one side. With Richard's help he did well to keep us roughly in the direction that we wanted to go.

Vessels at sea carry different identification marks from their masts to inform others of its type and purpose. For example we passed a few fishing vessels along the way. We could tell at a distance whether they or not they had their nets out, and on which side ...