Auberge de Jeunesse Felicien Rops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Na een lekker ontbijt en stiekem een picknick zakje gemaakt te hebben met een lekker eitje op weg naar Namur. Eigenlijk had ik een tussenstop gepland in Eghezee. Dat zou 15km zijn. Toch maar besloten om rechtstreeks naar Namur te gaan. Het liep lekker, dus waarom niet. Met de noordoostenwind in mijn rug werd ik automatisch …
... with a huge observation tower and would lower ST by 67 metres over nearly a mile of track. The counter balances were underneath the track so as the trough went down the counter balances came up a track underneath. Steve and John were able to watch closely how the trough joined with the canal – basically the trough moved and sealed into position, and then the canal gate was slowly lifted. As it rose, it lifted the gate ...
Another 5 am wake up for Emma (!), we started early with a great cooked breakfast from our host Vincent at Hotel Ambrosia before setting out for a day of war memorials and museums of Flanders Fields.
Our first stop was the Passendale Museum, known for their recreated WWI trenches as part of the museum experience. Andy and I both felt the museum was one of the most engaging we'd been to, with plenty of interactive displays, including a video with a multimedia display that lit ...
... way. We
arrived at 11 am, an hour trip and began exploring this beautiful city. The
shops in Namur are very upscale. There are no souvenir shops, but on the other
hand there were more shoe stores per square foot that I have even seen in my
life. If Carolyn's friends were here, they'd have to rename Namur --
Yentaville! We strolled up and down the streets and alleyways exploring every
nook and cranny. After lunch we hopped on a ...
... but not only this))))
After lunch we started doing our favourite work!! We were waiting for it so long and finally it started! We had to decorate Namur with the GRASS!!! We rolled it on the streets all over Namur city)))
The organizers of the festival invented this tradition and liked it very much.
The roads in the streets of Namur were made of brick and there were no plants at all, so grass made the city look more fresh ...