30 Aug 2009

WEEKLY WINNERS - Blankenberge

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Last Monday I went to the little town Blankenberge at the Belgian coast. To get there, read my post below !

Coming out of the station I was greated by this lady

Amongst all new buildings, there was one old left.

a terrible rush to the beach

ugly buildings all along the beach to house sun hungry people

a nice beach

and a 350-m long pier, constructed in 1933.

many people enjoying the sea

isn't that fun to dig in the mud ?


Anonymous said...

Look Ma...no hands ROFLMAO. Oh Madame Chat what wonderful pictures. The beach looks so fun. Where are all the palm trees?

Julie said...

That looks pretty awesome to me -- I live in Alaska and it is already starting to feel like autumn. A great set of photos!

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

You are so right about the ugly apartment blocks. They look like Soviet Socialist style housing.

It is one of those summers. If there is a chance of a warm sunny day desperate peolpe rush to the beach.

Tara R. said...

That is a fun little building. I love old architecture like that. The beach shots are great. So many people!

secret agent mama said...

I love the beach scenes!

Jientje said...

Looks like you had a great time despite the crowds! Getting there was something else, oh dear!

Amy said...

The beach and pier look lovely, but the buildings really are dreadful looking. I love that one old building!

Melli said...

It is a verrrrrry wide beach... and the waves are so small ... it is more like our bay than the Ocean. I thought SEAS were BIG WAVES like Oceans. I learn something EVERY day! (and MUCH from you!) LOL!

Pamela said...

I love the beach... I can watch the waves roll in forever.

Vlado&Toni said...

are those ugly buildings for bloody tourists like me? yikes! an eyesore - we wanted to go one time to the seaside in belgium but decided not to so those might have been the ferienwohnung/holiday apartments they were renting us? hmm

BBE said...

Blankenberge gets so crowded. I am a big fan of De Panne myself, even though the cafes and restaurants tend to be a bit over priced at that end of the coast.