BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Lido Mons Centre

Address: Rue Des Arbalestriers 112, Mons, Hainaut, B-7000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Mons

    Speleology (exploring caves) and garden wandering

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 13, 2015

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    ... army led by the Duke of Wellington with the assistance from the Prussians led by Blücher. Napoleon had recently returned to power in France and he wanted to ensure that the allies (who really didn’t like Napoleon) didn’t invade France... so he decided to attack their armies in hope that he could prevent this invasion. The battle took place on the 18th June and lasted only that day and resulted in over 20 000 of Wellingtons and Blüchers soldiers dead or injured, ...

    Day 8 - Mons

    A travel blog entry by eab2014 on Jun 25, 2014

    ... our sets this evening we were able to remove our jackets which made it a bit more bearable. It was a subdued crowd this evening (Belgians are renowned for being reserved), but they clapped along to the Radetzky March encore - but we might have our cheer squad to thank for that? After the performance, several members of the audience did say that they'd really enjoyed it, so that's all right then! Finally back to the hotel to collapse in bed once ...

    Marched them up to the top of the hill....

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Dec 16, 2013

    ... guy who was convinced he was right (he wasn’t).

    Finally, the bus arrived. I got to the Butte de Lion. I paid more than a climb up a hill is worth….and climbed up the hill. I passed a couple who kept stopping and were out of breath, and made it to the top. I felt fantastic, if not a bit winded from my virtual run/waddle up the 226 stes. I could actually see the battlefield, the place where European history was changed. Then, my ...


    A travel blog entry by reenashah on May 18, 2013

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    ... Central when two middle-aged eastern European men approached Harry, Holley and Jay who were sitting directly in front of me. They started to point to Holley's bookbag and as one man distracted them towards the ground, the other man quickly grabbed onto Jay's bookbag from the top shelf and proceeded to slowly walk away. Since I was across from them, I wasn't distracted and saw the man take Jay's bookbag so I started yelling "He took your bookbag Jay!!!" The two ...

    Longing For Some Camaraderie

    A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed on May 19, 2012

    1 comment

    ... the winner was decided by penalty kicks - not my favourite way to end a game. Regardless of the match, I was able to get what I was looking for - a time and place to be around good people and good energy, with a chance to talk to strangers, make new friends, talk the same language of football despite not speaking in the same idiom with some of the Belgian locals.

    What started out as a visit to Belgium feeling completely alone, ended with an ...