Aux Ecuries De La Reine

Address: La Gleize 23, La Gleize, Liège, The Ardennes, 4987, Belgium | Condo
 
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This condo is located on La Gleize 23, La Gleize.
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    Travel Blogs from La Gleize

    Why Aachen?

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 29, 2015

    8 comments, 15 photos

    ... Ceaser of Christian Europe and from about the 12th century onwards he is revered as a Saint.. Ironically Aachen has been continuously inhabited sine the birth of Christ and Roman troops, around that time, used to recuperate here after battle and soak in the hot springs. Walking the city you get a whiff of sulphur every now and then.

    The site of Aachen has been the site of human settlement as far back as Neolithic times (4500 BC) and you will see from the photos the ...

    In The Beginning

    A travel blog entry by sarahlridy on Mar 03, 2015

    2 photos

    In the beginning was the backpack. And a bed covered in stuff. And all the stuff on the bed had to somehow fit inside the backpack. This is my forclaz easyfit backpack, it fits 60 litres of stuff (actually quite a lot) and at the beginning it is an empty slate: everything that I will need for ...

    Walking in the footsteps of REAL Heroes

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 13, 2014

    25 photos

    ... size and sort of spread out from each other at equal distance. I found the foxholes!! I was so excited. Now for those that may not know, a foxhole is a small hole dug into the ground that the soldiers manned in defense of their area and it sort of became their home. They would eat in them and sleep in them. They weren't very deep, as the ground 70 years ago was hard and frozen. I'm also not sure if these foxholes have been maintained over the years, but it ...

    First the Germans, then the Aggies. Poor Bastogne

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 12, 2014

    10 photos

    ... The exhibit was phenomenal and increased my pride in my school. It was basically a history of the school, it's traditions and personal pieces on those mentioned above. I get a lot of flack from friends about being an Aggie. All in good fun most of the time, but I'm so very proud to be one. And it's things like this, when you see how it affects people on the other side of the world, that it really hits home how unique it is to be an Aggie. And ...

    Ineffective b..... Internet

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 15, 2014

    4 photos






    Left Gent in brilliant sunshine after a spectacular sunrise.

    To Rochefort, also recommended by the Belgian woman we spoke to at length on the train back from Ypres.

    The GPS in our new car has its specific pecularities which bring frustration in different ways to TT. Should, through no fault of your own, you need to go off the directed route, She, has ...