Floreal Le Panoramique

Address: Rue Geo Libbrecht, Mont Saint-Aubert, Hainaut, 7542, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue Geo Libbrecht, Mont Saint-Aubert, is near Notre Dame Cathedral in Tournai, Cathedral of Our Lady, The Belfry of Tournai, and Musee du Folklore (Folklore Museum).
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Travel Blogs from Mont Saint-Aubert

Hitch hike #1

A travel blog entry by kieranapowell on Jun 07, 2015

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Set off on our way to Paris and eventually London. Got onto the high way and a little Dutch dwarf picked us up and took us to a petrol station where we got picked up by a businessman in a brand new bmw who took us all the way to kortryk. Just jumped in the car with some dodgy **** who's going all the ...

We will have visitors!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 01, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... we come tomorrow?" Steve has taken a new job with a company and will start in a couple of weeks time so is taking us up on our offer to join us for 5 days. It is a lovely surprise and a good job we stayed put as Mons does have a railway station for him to come back to pick up his car.

By lunchtime John felt well enough to go into Mons and see the sights on his bike. Isi passed the time by sorting through all the leaflets we had collected from ...

Diksmuide and Nieuwpoort

A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 15, 2014

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... second half of the workshop were probably less successful than in the first. The ten euros fee per person was split 50/50 between helping to meet the costs of the project (most of which was Belgian government funded) and a charity which works for children in wars and other man-made disasters - particularly Syria, Lebanon and Zimbabwe at the moment. At the end of the afternoon, we drove into Nieuwpoort and looked at the bridges and sluice gates near the mouth of the ...

Where Poppies Grow

A travel blog entry by wc2013europe on Jul 20, 2013

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... which overlooked a canal to the front and surrounded by lush greenery all around.

We then walked back into the centre of the town to "In Flanders Fields Museum" which was a world class learning experience for all. It was a highly interactive experience with many audiovisual displays which really engaged everyone while at the same time paying respects to the at times heartbreaking or at others fascinating stories of war.

After that we crossed over the ...

Time to remember

A travel blog entry by graemea on May 14, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... given specific orders that none of his soldiers were to dishonour or desecrate any memorial or grave, in this zone. Generally this was obeyed, and therefore no deliberate damage was done to Ieper or its memorials during WW2. Roger told of one story of one German soldier executed, for peeing on the Menin Gate.

We also learnt that the two stone lions at either side of the main entry to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, ...