Hotel Restaurant Ten Putte

Stationstraat 9, Gistel, Bruges, Belgium
Hotel Restaurant Ten Putte
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by VanNelle

"Part of living in Nederland"

While living in Nederland, often visited Putte and City of Antwerpen.

One of nicest Europian places to be. And Belgian Waffle!? Nyamy!


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Forum Posts

mobile phones in holland

by wallytof

I am planing to go to holland for about 2 months,and the town i will be staying in is Sluis,just over the belgium borderI would like to find out if I could take the sim card out of my u.k. mobile and replace it with a sim card in holland or belgium, on the pay as you go system,so that I can make local calls in Holland or Belgium and the cost if possable,as using my u.k. sim card can be very expensive,hope someone can help,
Thanks Peter

Re: mobile phones in holland

by vaara

Yes, you can replace your SIM card with a Dutch or Belgian one, as long as you have a dual- or tri-band phone that's not locked (check with your current mobile provider).

Be careful when you're in border areas... sometimes the phone might "think" it's in Belgium when it's actually in NL. Always check which service is displayed on the screen. It's a bit of a nuisance if you cross the border a lot, but even if you walk a few dozen meters into the "wrong" country, you can end up paying huge roaming charges (as I discovered once when I was visiting the border town of Putte).

Re: mobile phones in holland

by joecooper

you'll probably need to get your phone unlocked. this should be 5-10 quid for a non-high street phone shop.

there was a case where mobile phone users in part of the uk were getting huge bills because the signal from france was stronger! even though they were phoning someone just down the road it was going via france! ;-)

Travel Tips for Brugge

2 Local Heros

by globetrott

This statue on Grand Place shows 2 local heros :
Pieter De Coninck - a weaver and Jan Breyder - a butcher
Both of them fought sucessfully in 1302 against Br├╝gges occupation by the French
And in the background of this pic you see the Provincial Court, a building from the 19th century Brave men certainly deserve a monument !!

Not so good for veggies

by Vaughany

There's not much choice for vegetarians here. I looked at most of the menus in the town centre and they all seem to do a great steak and lots of mussels. Although there's little provision for veggies, you can usually get a pizza.

One more piece of Lori's Lace.

by Waalewiener

Another type of costly Lace is Valenciennes This Lace is often used for
wedding veils . It is woven in a mesh or net with a figure or pattern that is part of the mesh itself. Chantilly is another kind of
hand made Lace that can be made into veils ,gowns, blouses, or shawls. There are many other laces , some of which developed as variations of older styles.and some of which are totally different from the types allready mentioned.
An English Lace called Honiton is made out of a foundation of net. Fine braid is placed on the net in graceful patterns and woven in place.
to be continued.

Technique is just a means ;-)

by Norali

OK, don't rate this... enlarge the picture, instead.

This is what I imagine of the Brugge of comic strips !

Everything is there: the ancient architecture, the canals, l'heure bleue and already the lights... Sure, a software helps but I love this effect.

I took this picture just before Gillian and I got lost. The other Vters turned somewhere right. I had the memory of having seen Caroline walking on the bridge (she is the landmark, being really tall, you can spot her easily) but I was not sure. It was just a fraction of a second before I snapped this and followed our path up to the bridge. Be reassured, the other Vters tracked back and joined us at the bridge... from our right. :-) we were not lost, just partially lost. ;-)

What can I say ? With this semi-darkness and the crowd around, you easily lose sight of your companions in Brugge...


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