Hotel La Velaine

Address: 164 A rue de Velaine, Namur, Namur, The Ardennes, 5300 , Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Namur

Brussels to Namur or ... Love the cops

A travel blog entry by travellingmart on Jul 05, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... 10 km away. What about Jonaan though? Ah we'll, well drive him and his bike in another van to the bike shop. We couldn't believe it.

So, in convoy, in two Belgian police vans taken to the bike shop. One of the friendly cops explained to the owner what the problem was, he took a look at it and said "no problem. 10 minutes later I had a new rear mech and my rear wheel trued. Turned ...

A rude awakening

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 16, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... which meant get ready, but we had to wait for several hundred charity bike riders and their stewards to get across the lock. We then got the lock on the second attempt because the barge in front took the whole lock. We waited and got in only to wait again for a Dutch cruiser to catch up and enter the lock with us. So much for an early get away! It was raining continually but it was at our back so we had some protection from the weather with our make shift ...

It's easier to speak French when you're drunk)))

A travel blog entry by jolie_fluffy on May 07, 2013

5 photos

... Cabaret at 7 pm. I couldn't believe it... Again free time?

Everybody decided to go home and relax)) ahaha yes...relax after "hard" work..

I couldn't go with everybody because I had butterflies in my head so I just stayed in the Cabaret with the workers.

I had the possibility to practise French))) French is so easily spoken when you are drunk))) ahaha))

I spoke ...

Namur pubs and table football

A travel blog entry by jolie_fluffy on May 03, 2013

1 photo

Our excursions for today were over and we went back to Namur.

We had dinner in some fast food cafe this time...what I didn't like honestly...I don't eat in such

In the evening Yves (one man from the office - well-known person in Namur) took us to the pub to listen to some group and drink beer again! and after that to another disco and beer of course again)))

We played ...

My! My! At Waterloo, Napoleon Did Surrender.

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Aug 22, 2011

7 photos

... English coalition. He split his forces and attacked both Wellington's force and Blucher's Prussians. Neither battle was decisive, and all three met again at Waterloo. This time, Napoleon, though a brilliant strategist, was outthought by Wellington and lost decisively. The Battle of Waterloo is considered a turning point in the history of all of Europe as the nations shifted from monarchies to other forms ...