Hotel Campanile Liege Luik
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... front lines, battalion nationalities and areas of advancement as the war story progressed. The tribute paid to the masses of Australian and New Zealand soldiers lost in this war was truly moving, if not heartbreaking.
We then moved on to the Tyne Cot memorial cemetery where grave stones as far as the eye could see included large portions of Australian soldiers, both identified and 'known unto God'.
Our final stop was the Polygon Wood Australian memorial site, where ...
Today we drove about 200km in the ****ing rain ... Both wet till the bone!! Luckily we found a small camping with rooms for rent. The room is actually very big, with a kitchen included. After everything was unpacked, I enjoyed a warm shower after having very cold the whole day long. Afterwards we enjoyed a nice meal in the local restaurant. It is now 21.15h but I guess I will not be awake for a long time anymore. Sleep ...
... caught up on all the news.
They had a medical appointment in the evening so we left before dinner time and continued north toward Liège. After a 90 minute drive we arrived in Huy on the Meuse River right at 8:00 pm. I had reserved a room for the night, online, in what looked like a fantastic deal. The room was in a chateau that looked to be 300 years old. These kinds of hotels are usually expensive, but this one had rooms for ...
... but on second look was now abandoned.
We also saw our first sunken barge. We have been amazed at how low some are in the water and wondered how they are still managing to float. This one didn’t!
Huy is set in the hills and we were quite impressed with it although they have a massive block house of a castle i.e. no turrets , draw bridges or ramparts that we saw as we sailed by so we have to find out more. It does have a cable car up to ...
I guess the theme to all these posts is beer, but come on. We are in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium after all. As you can tell we drank some great Belgian beer and had some great chocolate. Tongeren was also interesting because it is one of the oldest towns in Belgium, so it had a lot of cool old buildings and crumbling cobblestone ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking