Holiday Inn Express Hasselt
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Travel Blogs from Hasselt
... the centre of Darmstadt. The artists designed their own houses and some peculiarly impractical yet fascinating public buildings. Much to the chagrin of Herr und Frau, I think I managed to have a pee against most of them.
Erroneous Bosch? not this time.
Next stop Den Bosch, Frau's final quest, after last year's cock up, to find the art of Hieronymus Bosch.
Tot de volgende keer,
... wonderful frites with their own frites sauce whic was a bit like tartar sauce. Papa and Claire had chicken a la king....but much better with the same salad and frites. We had a nice French white wine and a trio plate of pastries for dessert. The staff was very good and the decor cozy and stylish.. A very nice night for sure.. Claire went to Luckies after dinner and we walked(again) home to the B ...
... of this was done in English so the effect was that much more enjoyable. After about an hour and a half, we had some free time to explore on our own.
Gary and I walked across the Sint Servaasbrug bridge over the Meuse River (Maas, in Dutch) to the other side of town and found it was just as lively and upscale. We needed to be back on the ship by 12:30 because the rest of the day was spent cruising the 80 mile ...
... is a list of like 30 different sauces depending on the location...curry ketchup has become a favorite of ours. We are so excited to have arrived at our home base for the next 4 months, courtesy of Vicki, Jeff, and Chris Roblee, right in the middle of everything in Hasselt. We made ourselves at home, caught up on some crazy sleep, and are definitely ready to begin the Talsky ...
... the attic into a guest room (which is where we’re staying).
We didn’t do any sightseeing on Sunday as it was a lazy hazy day, plus everything is closed unfortunately. Today we’re going to go pick up our rental car and drive to Vimy Ridge in France and if time permits, on the way back, stop in Ieper, where the famous poem "In Flanders Fields.." originates and then possibly Lille before returning to Ann’s in time for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed