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

Flora and Fauna in Belgium

A travel blog entry by cokers on Jul 24, 2015

6 photos

We haven't seen much in the way of wildlife during our stay in Belgium other than at 'our' lake. This morning we had a visit by a red squirrel and I just managed to catch it through the fly screen before it scampered off. A bird came to the bird feeder when I was here on my own and we see a flock of Canadian Geese and ducks regularly. There was a tiny frog on the paving one wet morning.

There have not been a lot of poppies around and it's been hard to ...

Brugge to Rekem

A travel blog entry by cokers on Jul 19, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

Using modern day cycling terms, today was a transitional day across Belgium from Brugge near the coast to Rekem in the east near the border with the Netherlands.
Woke up to light rain and after breakfast went and retrieved the car from what was a surprisingly cheap overnight charge of Euro 8.70 from the underground carpark. Then I had to negotiate the one way street system back to the hotel.
Even at 9.30am the place was dead quiet so I will admit to going the wrong way ...

Brussels, Bruges, and Back

A travel blog entry by eblakemore on Oct 24, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... Street signs are in both languages as well as businesses, and advertisements. Certain regions generally speak one language or the other but most people seem to know English very well, which always amazes me, and in fact many advertisements or other notices will sometimes be in English. During my time in Belgium I, along with my friends Alice and Nastya, went to both the mostly French speaking Brussels and the overwhelmingly Dutch speaking city of ...

Brussels has been known as the Little Paris

A travel blog entry by jielipan on Sep 16, 2014

7 photos

... he had supposedly put off the enemy's dynamite fuse, by peeing on it and saved the city. In the week before we arrived there, the boy’s statue had suffered from graffiti and been painted gold all over. The local government immediately cleaned it up. National dignitaries around the world would give various clothing as gifts to Julien when they visit Brussels. Later, the city established a museum to showcase these clothes and to show gratitude towards the friendship from ...

Bruxelles

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 16, 2014

15 photos

... drink which was a light IPA. It didn't taste like one but was sweeter and had a good flavor to it. We then had an adelardus brune that was a dark beer that tasted like sweet molasses! Our last beer on the tour was the traditional and local favorite, lambic beer. In the old days, they opened the windows of the brewery to allow the spores and smells of the river to mix with the fermentation of the beer. Let me tell you, it definitely tastes like ****** river water. Or as Victor ...