Floreal Le Panoramique

Address: \N, Mont Saint-Aubert, Hainaut, 7542, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mont Saint-Aubert

Belgium: hundreds of steps and water jousting

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Aug 08, 2015

18 photos

... anywhere in Charleroi. We had to go out to the suburbs to a place called Marchienne Au Pont. There was a decent pontoon tie up there, very close to the station for the tram way into the main train station on Charleroi. Sad little town, though, mostly shut up and for sale. We arrived on Wednesday and went into Charleroi and found the BNP bank branch where we were finally united with our replacement debit cards for our French bank account - a mere 12 days later! ...

My roots I'll never forget

A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Dec 18, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... know, if I would leave him 1000euro and tell him to take care of it for one week, that it would still be there...He would definitely have found a way to make more money out of it!
Moreover Batswana don't know how to communicate. It feels like someone most have told the guides and all the other staff working in tourism to just smile and say yes to the guests. It must be something cultural. And they will never admit they don't know the answer to something. I think ...

The western front

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 11, 2014

The Western Front 700kms of battlefields that saw incredible numbers of soldiers fall. the menin gate commemorates 55,000 common wealth soldiers with no known grave and then tyne cot has another 40,000 and then that doesnt include New Zealands and New Foundlands missing as we both like to be different and remember our missing soldiers closer to the battlefields they were fighting at and these numbers are just for the flanders battlefields, one small part of the westrn front. ive ...

Ypres or Leper. Menen Gates, WW1 sites Flanders

A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 27, 2013

... it seemed very poor and not looked after. Not a lot of money in this city. We walked to a park and couldn't find the water feature there, so we headed for a beer. Greg read up on some research on the area and I wrote in my diary. Not many people speak English, but they have all been nice and helpful. We had dinner at an Indian restaurant because I have noticed a lot of Indian people around and think the food should be good. It was good but cost the same as our room for the ...

Time is ticking away

A travel blog entry by ellenpolfliet on Jul 26, 2013

... are going. It's as if I can smell opportunities and catch them at the right time. Day by day, hour by hour things are getting more and more ready. For example yesterday I bought this iPad mini as an easy way to keep contact with everybody and look for new contacts in the other side of the ...