Address: Leopoldlaan 39, Middelkerke, West Flanders, 8430, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Leopoldlaan 39, Middelkerke, is near The Kusttram, Ostende City Center, Casino-Kursaal Oostende, and James Ensor House (James Ensorhuis).
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      Waffles, beer, and CHOCOLATE

      A travel blog entry by on Nov 05, 2014

      8 photos

      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 ...

      Day 12 - Races 4 & 5

      A travel blog entry by amandafield2 on Jul 29, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... a yacht for parents to watch the races from and this is the coaches accommodation as well) were laughing at out wet we were getting. I didn't think that anyone who saw us would want to go out on the rib the next day!! Once the racing had finished we had a nice leisurely drive back down the channel. Once stopped and off the boat I cancelled the rib for tomorrow as the weather was supposed to be worse. We get it again for Friday, hoping that the weather will be better by ...

      "f'n" Brugge - much better than the movie

      A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 16, 2013

      5 comments, 41 photos

      ... country merely designated on the map of Europe by earlier foreign powers, there were at least two very different regional areas with two major languages spoken (French and Dutch). She made the point that it was therefore very hard for many Belgians to feel united and nationalistic in their relatively new country, being in existence since only 1830.


      Get Lost (In Bruges)

      A travel blog entry by lklassen on Jun 24, 2012

      6 photos

      ... it was locked. She then asked if I had been inside another church, which was apparently one of the biggest Baroque churches in the country. I said I hadn't, and so she offered to lead me to it. As we walked, we got to talking. Her name was Nadine, and she was born and raised in Bruges. Her English was very good, and I soon learned why - her husband is from Texas. When we walked by her house, which was beautifully situated beside a canal, she pointed out the large Texas flag ...

      Bikes in Belgium

      A travel blog entry by bakker-bilton on May 14, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      Belgium so far.

      So we arrived in Belgium after leaving Lille on the 13th. After much deliberation we decided that we would sack off Brussels (brave I know) and head straight for Brugge to spend some quality time sampling there chocolate and beer! Before setting off we decided we would stop off for the evening on route. Middelkerke was the destination and thankfully Simone was spelling it right so we were off pretty sharpish! ...