Auberge de Jeunesse Felicien Rops
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... her local village, Thy-Le-Chateau. Apparently it was quite wealthy back in the day and had a lot of industry happening here. This has all since ended, which I think is usually the case for these small medieval villages. Today its quiet and beautiful.
We visited her Godfather’s house, whom has a dairy farm. He makes his own butter, cheese and yoghurt, which are also sold in the local stores. ...
... played the saxophone growing up, and am still a fan of Coltrane and Charlie Parker, so this piqued my interest. The house where Sax grew up has been turned into a small museum – not much there but worth the free price of admission – and there’s also a monument to him right out front. To continue with the saxophone theme, the main bridge into town (De Gaulle Bridge) was decorated with large, brightly colored saxophone replicas. There was also ...
... a lot of free time and saw already many performances... That's why we decided not to go to the festival the next day. Instead we decided to go to......Luxembourg!!!!!! )))))))))))
I have never been to Luxembourg and was looking forward to this trip)) 2 hours by train and voila new country, new city))) ...
... 12 dogs or 14... O_o O_o but not all of them in a truck))) Jeremy was from France and as far as I understood he left other dogs at home.
Maybe the information about me speaking with Belgian and French workers is not very important here in the blog about traveling, but it was very important for me to practise French and it was the part of my journey, so I decided to write about it.
At 7 ...
... divider separating the very wide red paved cycle path that took us directly to Blankenbergse. The road was definitely not the most lovely, but it did take us through everything from farmers' fields, new houses right on the road, to gas stations and car dealerships as we approached the coast. The route was only about 8 or so kilometers from the hotel and upon arriving in Blankenbergse, we found ourselves in a airily ticky tacky boardwalk ...