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

      If It's Tuesday, We Must Be in Belgium!

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2014

      24 photos

      ... pop. 40K) hasn't either. Two men at the train station, one city bus driver and one cab driver and not one of them had heard of Valvoorde Castle or William Tyndale.

      Let me tell you how important William Tyndale is. He was the first man to translate the Bible from Latin and Greek to English. Truly 76 per cent of the Old Testament and 84 percent of the New Testament of the King James version of the Bible are the ...

      Of white stones and glass houses

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... humane fashion. Sure, some of them are former pets, but gradually they became increasingly feral, and combined with fear, cold, hunger and disease, they’re likely to bite somebody. Of course, people say that strays rely on the public to survive, and that they won't "bite the hand that feeds them", but let's face it: if the dogs aren't being rehoused, what sort of life do they have on the street? Like I said, I find the tactics used to deal with the Sochi dogs inhumane ...

      Our Day in Brussels

      A travel blog entry by ncorkhill on Oct 06, 2013

      8 photos

      ... invited us to dinner. The three of us enjoyed dinner around 9 near the Grand Palace. Andrew had rabbit by accident but I guess he liked it. We continued our night at a bar in an alleyway that led us to see some crazy Spaniards dancing and listen to some interesting some live music. I met a dude from Alaska there who flew his own plane here. He stopped in Canada, Greenland, and Iceland along the way. ...

      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 ...