Villa Cento Passi

Krijgslaan 181 , Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ghent

Breaking Lent in Ghent

A travel blog entry by tonezf on Apr 20, 2014

8 photos

... old brick buildings with pointy roofs. It was a warm day but people seem to love wearing their brown/forest green coats and pants. Wandering the streets we notice a funky smell coming from the storm water grates. I ask the hostel owner later who was adamant the streets don't normally smell like sewage - only when it might rain. He points out that Belgium is less smelly than Rotorua. However comparing hydrogen sulphide ...

Welcome to Flanders, Belgium

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Oct 28, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... we put in a stop to have some hot soup in a little place called Couvin as it was still only 11 degrees. Back behind the wheel we drove through Charleroi and on towards Bruxelles. The autobahn from Bruxelles to Ghent was very busy with a lot of trucks and I was glad to get there after a 5 hour drive. Ghent has a very pretty mediaeval old town, the Gravensteen Castle built in 1180 is part of the town centre as is the river Lys. Across the road from the castle ...

Then...I went to Ghent

A travel blog entry by rwiegman on Feb 24, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... was surprisingly cheap and good. I had a chicken doner which I think is a form of shawarma (its very big in Amsterdam but I haven't tried it yet). The train ride home took 4 and a half hours and we had to transfer twice. There was no wifi and it was pretty cold so I was overjoyed to finally crawl into my warm bed that night.

Overall it was an amazing trip in Belgium and I would love to go back soon!

Chocolates, Waffles, and Smurfs (Day Fifteen)

A travel blog entry by ericgoesplaces on Aug 31, 2012

16 photos

... out that it had closed already, but it was still neat to see it from the ground. It's in the shape of an iron atom and was built 50 years ago for the World's Fair. I went back to the hostel and checked out the beer festival which had started today. They fenced off the middle part of the Grand Place with all the beer tents inside. It was packed with people and didn't look all that fun. I couldn't figure out how to get inside anyway, so I ...

Gentse Feesten

A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jul 22, 2012

16 photos

Imagine a 10 day festival held in the centre of town. All the roads are closed and there are at least 6 stages set up. Different bands and DJs play every day and into the night and there are street performers, food, drinks, no curfew AND it's free.

It’s called Gentse Feesten, and it happens every year. Until Jo and I met Laura and Jan, a Belgian couple, on a trek in Nicaragua I had never heard ...


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