Best Western Hotel Melba
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel Melba Bastogne
It is nice, right in the city, short walk to everything. Comfy and clean. Bit different though, took awhile to figure out how the lights worked.
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This morning we somehow managed to pull ourselves out of bed. It was really hard. Immediately, we set off for the walking path to the museum. But we got distracted by the donkeys.
The farm behind the Bastogne-Sud old train stop has a lot of donkeys. We were petting some of them, then Jennie saw a sign of the owner milking them. Beyond the …
We got off the bus, and kinda were confused for a second, but found the hotel. After a quick power-nap, we explored the city. We walked along some residential areas, and then around the center of town. We stopped at a crepe place for a small snack. I had a Jupiler and a crepe, Jennie had tea and a sandwich.
We found the Sherman Tank, the bust …
... size and sort of spread out from each other at equal distance. I found the foxholes!! I was so excited. Now for those that may not know, a foxhole is a small hole dug into the ground that the soldiers manned in defense of their area and it sort of became their home. They would eat in them and sleep in them. They weren't very deep, as the ground 70 years ago was hard and frozen. I'm also not sure if these foxholes have been maintained over the years, but it ...
... The exhibit was phenomenal and increased my pride in my school. It was basically a history of the school, it's traditions and personal pieces on those mentioned above. I get a lot of flack from friends about being an Aggie. All in good fun most of the time, but I'm so very proud to be one. And it's things like this, when you see how it affects people on the other side of the world, that it really hits home how unique it is to be an Aggie. And ...
... cycling, Roger Federer, the Tour de France, and laughed and laughed, probably to the annoyance of the other reserved patrons. We exchanged selfies and au revoirs and went our separate ways fonder of one another's countries (I like to think) just by virtue of a casual conversation.
I will always remember this day with gratitude for all my good fortune.