Hotel Cicindria

Address: Abdijstraat 6, Sint-Truiden, Flemish Brabant, B-3800, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Abdijstraat 6, Sint-Truiden.
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    Travel Blogs from Sint-Truiden

    Two weeks, not more

    A travel blog entry by roxane23 on Feb 25, 2014

    I can't believe that in two weeks I'll be at the airport, ready to go to Australia for at least 6 months and probably 1 year ... Time goes so fast ! I must use my time the best I can and overall enjoy my last two weeks with my friends and my family (I think I'm already missing them ...

    In 100 metres take the goat track thru the forest?

    A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Dec 23, 2012

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    ... different chocolates on his for me one was enough. JC has a collection of the most chocolate I have ever seen it fills a drawer and there is milk, dark, nut mouse filled and many more.
    After this we were ready to head of to pick up L's mum and drop everyone off at L's sister before we set off to discover the wonders of the countryside specifically Waterloo ( which came as a surprise to me as although I had heard of the battle I had never realised it was in ...

    Belgium: beer, circles, waffles, and fries

    A travel blog entry by montierj on Mar 20, 2011

    4 photos

    ... you would call it. It was an art gallery with a dj, and then there was a bar area, but also a huge area with turf inside and lawn chairs on it that people were just sitting around in and drinking beer. Elizabeth and I tried peach beer and cherry beer, then this classic Belgian beer. We headed downstairs, and were surprised to find a dancefloor with a dj. Overall the place was just insane, it was a lot of fun to hang out in.

    After that we headed over to this club called ...

    Six amazing months!

    A travel blog entry by anadiez on Mar 17, 2011

    ... a schedule, I love the smell of a new dish, I love the differences in points of view and the uniqueness each culture holds. I am amazed at the respect and loyalty people pay to their traditions. I am a child again full of wonder and excitement.

    Understanding that nothing occurs without the intervention of life and the world I am humbled at the opportunity to experience the realization of a ...

    Dog vs. Ducky

    A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on May 17, 2009

    26 photos

    ... did resemble what I would imagine Brussels to look like.

    The airport itself blew my mind when I saw how similar it was to an airport I would see in America. If anything, it was more upscale and really easy to navigate through, which was a breath of fresh air because Schiphol in Amsterdam was crazy hectic and those walks got extra long when you were lugging around a massive backpack. I rendezvoused with my friend, Mike Fust, who ...