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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... She was facing the front of the bus. And couldn't stop laughing. No one could hear what Mr S and I were staying, they could only see and hear our friends reaction. It was one of the funniest games we have played!!! Today we traveled to Mons, still in Belgium, Mons is a nice town with a long history. The conductor from the MonsSt George's brass band took us on a tour, with the bass trombonist translating. We are a very big group so it took a while but there were some interesting things ...
... battle of the fries." Two carts, that are open until 7am, right in front of the Belfry and have been around since 1896 competing against each other. I was sick of fries by now and got lumpia which wasn't too bad. Then we went to sleep. I woke up pretty early because I was hungry and went to get the hostel breakfast, it took the rest of the group a little longer to come in. They were struggling after last night. We had to be out by ...
... 8364;3 if you wanted more), but we had to fill up now as they won't be there tomorrow and they have the key! We topped up and filled our drinking water container (it is not advisable to drink the water straight out of our water tank unless it is boiled). We did not need much as we had filled up in Kortrijk before leaving. It was not long before the electric tripped by Isi putting the kettle on at the same time as the fan and fridge! John ...
... situated on the crossroads of Tongeren-Kassel and Tournai-Oudenburg. Caroticum is a Latin form of an old Celtic name.
In Roman times Kortrijk saw its first trade activity at the junction of two Roman roads. In the 5th century the Romans made way for the Frankish, who converted to Christianism.
Between the 9th and the 18th centuries, Kortrijk was part of the County of Flanders. This county was continuously endangered by the great ...
... I think that in our two days there we were able to see everything that we wanted to see in such a small time – we made the most of every minute that we were there. We explored every inch of the city, straying down alleyways and tiny little streets. We sat and people-watched – a favourite hobby. And most importantly, Mr Fletche and I enjoyed experiencing this city ...