Le Manoir De Morimont

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

    Marched them up to the top of the hill....

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Dec 16, 2013

    ... guy who was convinced he was right (he wasn’t).

    Finally, the bus arrived. I got to the Butte de Lion. I paid more than a climb up a hill is worth….and climbed up the hill. I passed a couple who kept stopping and were out of breath, and made it to the top. I felt fantastic, if not a bit winded from my virtual run/waddle up the 226 stes. I could actually see the battlefield, the place where European history was changed. Then, my ...

    Bottoms Up!

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 11, 2013

    1 comment

    ... a tour of Grote Markt and settling on one last beer, which we drank at a table with some Belgian guys. They tried to teach us Flemish, but seeing as our beers were catching up to us, it didn’t go over very well. That, and the fact that the table behind us was full of loud Irishmen and women who didn’t drink much beer but sent up about 20 rugby chants, so it was hard to hear the Belgians. After we finished the beers and ...

    Ghent and Eypres

    A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Jul 09, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and Rue de Neo Zealandais to take a photo or two.

    A very sobering afternoon all round, with trips into Ypres and the very impressive 'In Flanders Fields' museum as well as a walk under the Menin Gate with its almost 55,000 names of Commonwealth soldiers (except NZ'ers and Newfoundlanders) with no known grave (and that was only up ...

    Gent lost...

    A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Dec 26, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    We awoke to our last morning in Brugges. After another amazing breakfast we, packed our bags and headed out for one last walk around the town. It was amazing to see the difference with Christmas over the city was getting back to normal with the markets set up in the Burg area. The that a huge variety of meats, fresh fruit and veg, chocolates and even a Vietnamese man selling food. All the locals were gathered around with the sellers calling out their prices, it was a nice change ...

    In 100 metres take the goat track thru the forest?

    A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Dec 23, 2012

    5 photos

    After a comfortable sleep in our hosts bed (they were couch surfing in the couch not sure that is how it is supposed to work) we awoke to a leisurely Belgium breakfast. What is Belgium most famous for you ask? Chocolate!! (And beer and Belgium fries) but we start the morning with chocolate on bread, the bread was a specialty especially for Christmas and you guessed it, it had chocolate in it too ( the other two variations were sugar and sultanas) Ron loved it trying a ...