Alliance Hotel Liege - Palais des congres
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... traffic jam for kms and kms and got ourselves into a series of tunnels which went under the city and before we knew it were out of the city without even seeing anything. Big disappointment as I wanted to visit the Egon Zehnder offices as some colleagues had asked me to come in. Next we headed for the Netherlands. Not on our original plan but some people we met at the B&B in Brugge recommended that we should go to Maastericht. I had booked accommodation ...
Sebastien Vettel of the Red Bull Racing team won the Formula 1 race today. We sat on a hill so that we could watch the important race action on a TV screen along with the one second views of the cars. It was very international. Next to us sat a few Russians. On the other side were British and Belgium fans. I'm glad to report that it did not rain on us as predicted. After the race we jumped over the barricades and walked on the track (my favorite ...
... second as they pass) or you can be high on the hill and see more of the race. David is walking around the track looking for the best place for race day. I'm sitting under a tree with ear plugs on. The grandstands are far away. Someone will have to tell me the ...
... has been placed atop the old Reichstag building that offers and amazing view across Berlin and carries a lot of history of the city, the Third Reich, etc. i hadn't paid enough attention and did not reserve tickets far enough ahead, so that didn't work out. But on my friend Scott's recommendation, I did take a 90 minute cruise on the Spree, a major waterway in the center of the city that toured around and discussed the layout ...
Monschau has to be seen to be believed! Nestled right up against the Belgian border, this small town of just 13,000 people is a true treasure chest. It is amazing how precious the 35km stretch of dense forest between Aachen and Monschau has been, for Monschau came through both wars completely unscathed. Monschau looks exactly as it did 300 years ago. Timber framed houses, adorned with flower boxes beneath the windows, sit right up to the edge of the ...
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