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Blankenberge

Soaking Up Some Sun


We Belgians have had too few of these: cold but sunny winter days… On one of such days, Lars and I went to Blankenberge, one of the most popular coastal towns in Belgium. It has about 20.000 inhabitants and attracts tens of thousands of tourists during sunny days. The original pier of Blankenberge dates from 1894 and was one of…

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An Afternoon in Blankenberge


So 1 September has arrived; kids and teenagers are back at school and the summer days seem to be over. The sun has disappeared and rain and wind are back again. Looks like autumn has an early start; that’s why last Sunday – when the weather was still sunny and hot – Lars and I decided to go to the…

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Blankenberge

Blankenberge


If you want to go from one city on the Belgian coast to another, you can of course take your car. But that’s not necessarily a good idea: traffic can be very busy and especially in summertime it can be very difficult to find a parking space. Not to mention the fact that it can be quite expensive. Luckily there…

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