Le Manoir De Morimont

Address: Rue Du Morimont 45, Ceroux Mousty, Brabant Wallon, 1341, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B is located on Rue Du Morimont 45, Ceroux Mousty.
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    Travel Blogs from Ceroux Mousty

    Day 7 - Brussels-Beer, Chocolates, Fries n Waffles

    A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... and went to the right platform. Gave a stare at the guy who guided me to the wrong platform and also felt like knocking myself on the head for not using my brains. Luckily, I managed to the reach the next platform just on time when the train arrived. Its a 20min ride to Amsterdam from there. I decided to talk to my family so I can use up the call balance on my local SIM. Was talking to Amma and ...

    Day 6: Silent but Deadly

    A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 03, 2014

    ... humor done...exhibits included those from the 1953 World's Fair, onE covering Belgium architecture through history, and then the remaining are traveling exhibits. All of this is crowned with a panoramic view from the top. All in all it was prettier from the outside with its shiny modern-esk chrome (balls) and we could have saved 9€ each :p. But now we know. After that we made our way to town center (via another smelly subway) and my nose was ...

    Just take a left at the Häagen-Dazs

    A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg on May 28, 2014

    38 photos

    ... are a good thing to see in a brewery like this. Bugs are a bad thing to have when fruit is present, but the spiderbros can take care of them.

    We tasted all of the offerings. At first I found everything to be forwardly bitter, but sweeter at the finish. They grew on me more as we drank until I developed a great thirst for them.

    We meandered towards home and stumbled upon the Palace of Justice, ...

    How the other half lives

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 07, 2014

    1 comment

    ... was sitting one seat away from His Excellency, and nearly directly across the table from his wife. The group struck up a conversation about the relationship between home and the EU, and the servants (can I say that? I just said it) brought out the salad, a deliciously fancy affair of smoked magret of duck with a poached quail egg on the side. The ambassador made a short speech, and as soon as protocol dictated it was acceptable, I gingerly picked up my fork ...

    Taking the Piss out of Tourists?

    A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Sep 06, 2013

    41 photos

    ... the cartoon character Tintin was the creation of Brussels born George’s Remi (1907-83). Remi’s first efforts (pre-Tintin) were sponsored by a righting Catholic journal & in 1929 when this same paper produced a kid’s supplement Remi was given his first major break. He was asked to produce a two page comic strip & the result was Tintan in the ‘Land of the Soviets’, ...