Auberge Le Bon Vivant

Address: Boomgaardstraat 2, Rekem, Limburg, Flanders, 3621, Belgium | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Boomgaardstraat 2, Rekem.
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Travel Blogs from Rekem

Brussels to Amsterdam, city of canals (Day 2)

A travel blog entry by kezzapotz on Sep 22, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... a three course dinner - sorry was so hungry cause I had no lunch that I forgot to take a picture of the food! Anyway, had a ham and goats cheese plate, salmon and mash, and traditional Dutch pancake and home made ice-cream! Sooo yumm Went for a walk around the red light district - apparently there are 1,000 girls in Amsterdam, with only 350 red doors available. They rent a red room on a daily basis working a max of 8 hours any one shift. Girls now ...

Train to Paris

A travel blog entry by robyngraeme on Jun 23, 2014

4 photos

... and the sun is up at 5 am. Amsterdam is on the 52nd parallel. We had all day to fill in before getting into our rooms at the hotel so visited the Flower market, museum, shopped in interesting little streets and soaked up the smells of Amsterdam. Lunching on the side of a canal on sloping pavers and small rickety table in the sun was delicious as was the hamburger I had - all fresh and 4 little burgers ...

International Road Trip

A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne on Apr 22, 2014

2 photos

... texts are free because we were in 6 countries that day.

We are a little obsessed with grocery stores, especially those in foreign countries. So we were delighted to discover our last rest stop - in either Luxembourg or Germany, who knew by then - had quite a large store and an actual bakery! Fresh bread by the loaf or baguette was available and while were were there a fresh batch came from the oven. We ate fresh warm bread with our favorite European butter as ...

The Curse of the Gypsy Blood

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 21, 2014

... had each other to begin with. There’s a madness and a passion in the soul of the music that I feel is unmatched in most genres, and it speaks of a people who perhaps live a more honest life than you or I, for if they are mad for something, they don’t hold back. There is no stiff upper lip here. The music speaks of loss too, a loss so immeasurable that although you can’t think of a reason to be upset, it stirs you and you can feel the grief ...

Goodbye Ireland, Hello Belgium!!

A travel blog entry by stazz on Sep 21, 2013

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... Only 1.80euro. Sooo cheap!! Then i also enjoyed Leffe which is another common beer in Belgium. And i will say after two beers i was actually feeling warm. lol. These beers are strong. Belgium doesn't **** around with their beers! I really didn't feel comfortable going out alone in Brussels. Just seemed scary. So when i got to my room i actually met two girls from Boston! FINALLY some cool ass American girls that actually ...