Hotel Moon Eat And Sleep

Richard Van Britsomstraat 18 a, Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, 9100, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Richard Van Britsomstraat 18 a, Sint-Niklaas.
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Travel Blogs from Sint-Niklaas

In a State of Delirium

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Dec 08, 2012

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... cameos of affected citizens (e.g., a Swedish fisherman and a Hungarian border patrol). And it's free! Also, check out EuroParlTV for live broadcasts and archived videos.

Tips for Future Travellers

  • avoid restaurants on or near Rue des Bouchers - it's a total tourist trap. Make effort to find a restaurant without pictures of its menu or staff soliciting your patronage ...

Holland, caves, castles and festivals

A travel blog entry by sandyberg on Jul 13, 2012

... we went to Valkenburg and visited the ruins of a castle, which was lots of fun. I have my "Wreck this journal" with me and that included I had to drop the book somewhere, so I threw it down a hill, but then Steph and I had to climb up the hill to get it. :D That was slippery and slightly scary. Then we went to the Velvet cave. I love visiting caves and it was a beautiful one. They did make it pitch black in there a little while though while the tour guide told us about ...


A travel blog entry by sandyberg on Jul 06, 2012


... came home we surfed online a bit before bedtime. I was really tired and I had a night of awesome sleep. Today we're taking it easy. We've been to the grocery store, had some awesome bacon and eggs for lunch, Aline baked cookies and I try not to overdose on Cartoonies cookies and chocolate/vanilla pudding. I did however just overdose on strawberries. Will update with pictures ...

Belgium: In three parts..

A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011


... of chocolatiers that lined the small streets and alley-ways. Next, the number of waffle stands (this is hard not to notice as the aromas that come along with these stalls can be smelt wafting down the street earlier than they can be seen!) The Belgian waffles really are as delicious as you are imagining - they are now my biggest weakness! Then, the beer temples and specialty beer shops that sell over 400 kinds of beer. Kane's weakness. He purposely didn't go into ...

Merry Christmas Eve...Off to Belgium

A travel blog entry by danandcasey on Dec 24, 2010

2 comments, 17 photos

... Christmas Eve streets, we were surprised to find so many people out enjoying their night as they partied in a multitude of cultural bar and club offerings. We found an open souvenir shop, purchased some water and strolled back through town. Along the way we stopped a couple and asked for directions to the “peeing man” statue only to have them ask us if we could help them open their bottle of beer and low and behold we could! Dan, taking out his ...