Le Castel du Val d'Or

Address: Grand'Rue 62, Ocquier, Liège, The Ardennes, Wallonia, 4560, Belgium | 3 star castle
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This 3 star castle is located on Grand'Rue 62, Ocquier.
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    Travel Blogs from Ocquier

    Roermond to Spa

    A travel blog entry by james_and_paul on Sep 08, 2015

    9 photos

    It's amazing what a difference a day makes. We really enjoyed cruising through the final 70km of Holland- and then we met Belgium. Let's just say it was an eventful afternoon. It involved climbing ruddy great hills, walking through a mountain bike trail- ...

    Hony and Ham

    A travel blog entry by suepeter on Aug 26, 2015

    17 photos

    ... coming out to look at us. I think if one of them had a pitch fork I would have made a run for it. We quickly made our escape back down the hill.
    The next day we caught the train into the city of Liège. This was a very large city with interesting buildings and pretty riverfront areas. There is a good mix of old and new and the city has a nice vibe to it. We went on a little train ride around the city and had fun exploring the shops. ...

    A day in Liège

    A travel blog entry by lb12 on Aug 24, 2015

    21 photos

    ... stations.

    I met Patrick at the laundromat. Unless I've omitted a previous visit to a laundromat, this was my first visit and use of one. Thankfully, laundry symbols look the same across the world (and there was English on the token machine). It cost €3.60 to wash, and €1.40 to dry my clothes for 20 minutes.

    I wanted to try a fish shop that John from the F1 recommended ...

    The rain is here..unfortuntely not during the race

    A travel blog entry by lb12 on Aug 23, 2015

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    Even though the bus only runs every two hours on Sundays, and the next bus would arrive at the track after the start of the GP3 and GP2 races, there were only 20 people waiting for the 8:30am bus. I watched most of the GP3 race from the bronze section rather than my grandstand so I could compare the views. The bronze section is much closer to the track than my gold grandstand which proved to be a disappointment other than for the shade. Today's fun fact about the Belgian Grand ...

    Sun shines in Spa

    A travel blog entry by lb12 on Aug 22, 2015

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    An American, Mark from Texas, joined us for the walk to the bus this morning. This will be his fourth Grand Prix. On the walk from the bus he impressed with with a list of Australian slang he learnt when he visited Townsville. Tracky dacks was his favourite. When I heard the announcer say Spa is known for having all four seasons in one day I thought, it's like Melbourne, how appropriate. Despite not being known for its sun, today ...