Moulin De Moxhe

Address: Sentier de la Meunerie 58, Hannut, Liège, The Ardennes, 4280, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Sentier de la Meunerie 58, Hannut.
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    Travel Blogs from Hannut

    Belgium - Beer Beer and more Beer

    A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Jan 31, 2014

    61 photos

    Friday 31st Jan - Time for a long weekend in Belgium, we took the Friday off work (well Kate was unemployed) and caught the Eurostar to Brussels. Its is so great being able to catch a train to another country, travel under the ocean and not have to deal with Airports!! I had already experience the Eurostar when I went to Paris with Brenna but it was Glen's first time and I think he was impressed.

    After a 2.5 hour trip we arrived in Brussels ...

    It's still Raining...Yes Welcome in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Dec 27, 2012

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    We were up late this morning as our host was sick all last night but our hostess greeted us with freshly baked rolls for breakfast. We tried to leave because we are currently staying in our hosts room and they are on the divan and we thought it best for him to be in his own bed if he is feeling sick but he would not hear of it. He promised to return from the dead by evening to restore his honour at cards (in true Belgian style). He also insisted we ...

    So it's really real?

    A travel blog entry by ozandbackagain on Apr 07, 2012

    4 photos

    ... none of us actually touched the earth with our feet. The bus disembarked, and we drove straight through to Belgium which was to be home number 1 (376 km down, a long way to go!) Now the idea of a bush camp to some people seems a little daunting, however, our bush camp involved driving round to see if we could find somewhere suitable to camp.... a Belgians horse field was it! The truck driver Adam did an IMMENSE reverse in through some skinny **** gates, missing ...

    The Circus Finally Made It to Town!

    A travel blog entry by audramheath on Jun 12, 2011

    11 photos

    ... of things that occurred or were eaten in Belgium. For that, we are extremely grateful. Thanks all!!
    Our second day there we spent at the market in Liege. It was incredibly huge and full of clothes, bread, cheese, meats, flowers, etc. If you could dream it, it was there. We bought a bunch of cheeses and bread for dinner later that night. I shouldn't have to tell you how delightful that was but I will. It was beyond delicious.
    Day 3: Megan and my parents arrived! ...

    Walibi (Nathan)

    A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 09, 2010

    5 comments, 61 photos

    ... loops and corkscrews. I have to say, it was trying with the theme a lot harder than the Werewolf. There were spooky castle bits and horror movie music in the line, and the ride itself swooped down through some fog-machine generated mist at one point, which was pretty cool. This was the kind of roller coaster where you're suspended in a seat from overhead with your legs dangling, and it was pretty intense... I thought it was as good as the Werewolf (though in a different way), ...