Villa Catalpa Bed & Breakfast

Address: 14 Rue du Fond Agny, Lasne, Brabant Wallon, Wallonia, 1380, Belgium | B&B
 
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    Being a lost tourist

    A travel blog entry by wickedsanity on Sep 29, 2014

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    During the middle of night, I had a severe case of jet lag. I woke up at 2am, and struggled for a good 5 hours when I finally fell asleep again. To kill my boredom during the raging jet lag, I grabbed my iPad and browsed Netflix. Literally every move or TV titles only come in French or Dutch subtitles! Maybe it's telling me to live my life and stop watching Netflix or it is time to learn how to write in French then. Here I am, being a lost ...

    Tomorrowland; Fuck off reality!

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... s a scorcher of a day, we head in, Vaughn's in a bad way but he's looking sharp in his Jake the dog T-shirt. We start off with the Dim Mak stage again for some hardstyles, then back to the main stage for W&W followed by Netsky. The massive finale is Hardwell, Tiesto, then both Hardwell & Tiesto. For these four hours we're up in the trenches, right near a gate section where people barge in and out all night, it gets annoying, slowly people peel off to get to the hill, ...

    Day Nine Thurs May 22, Brugge

    A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on May 22, 2014

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    Day Nine Thursday, May 22, 2014 around Brugge



    A little lazy start to our morning, but we wanted to rest and have a leisurely day.

    The first thing on our agenda was a tour of the De Halve Maan (the half-moon) Brewery. This is the oldest brewery in Brugge and has been in the same Maes family since the 1860s – with six generations. A short walk from ...

    Peeing statues, amazing beer and friendly French

    A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... Place’. As its name suggests, this square is an impressive area surrounded by the Town Hall and guildhalls, both preserved when much of the rest of old Brussels was redeveloped in the 19th century. I popped in to the information (after getting directions, in Japanese, from a Japanese couple) and tried to work out where I was going to stay and what I was going to do in Brussels. I left my bag in the train station storage lockers and began my roam around town, starting with ...

    Finally in Europe

    A travel blog entry by ncorkhill on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... we got off where the train worker told us to and walked to the street level. Boom reality hit. No street signs, no one to ask for help, and increasingly heavy backpacks strapped to our tired backs. After like 45 minutes of walking, thanks to my geography skills and probably tons of luck, we reached our hostel. Our impressions so far of this town were not good, basically a dirty San Francisco with no English signs to help us, oh ya and plenty of people staring at us every step of ...