Hotel-Restaurant De Fransche Croon

Address: Leuvensestraat 26 - 28, Diest, Limburg, 3290, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Leuvensestraat 26 - 28, Diest.
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Travel Blogs from Diest

Paris to Brussels

A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Dec 05, 2014

... the name of it! Jason rounded us up for bed when he went for a shower and found two 50 year old Macedonian men in our dorm room who seemed creepy. He suggested I take my clothes to the shower to get changed. I waited for them to snore before I fell asleep as I didn't trust them- not sure what I thought they would do but just didn't like them. Jason said I woke up and screamed 3 times in my sleep too so think I must have been worried ...

Day 10: Tomorrowland day 3

A travel blog entry by sarshabaker on Jul 27, 2014

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... a huge fireworks display and we had to mission out with 180,000 others. We were filmed so many times by the TV crews while being up front, obversely pays to be blondes. hopefully we make it to some of the artists movies. Also became known to the security dudes, plenty of free drinks and them taking photos of artists as well as us. Sarsha even got fed bacon and spring rolls from them.. Haha. It helped being sprayed with water every now and then, as it was rather hot ...

In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment

... found.

Onto a British-Commonwealth cemetery called Tyne-Cot. This is the type of cemetery you see in the pictures with rows upon rows of headstones (crosses we're generally used for the French). There was a small museum here and a recording running inside and out that continually announces the names and ages (if known) of all buried there. Kind of eerie listening to the names go on forever.
As well as these large cemeteries, there were many smaller ones ...

Getting rid of stuff

A travel blog entry by thomasmolineaux on Jan 27, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

... aandacht, en je concentreert je niet meer op de essentie.

Mijn videospelletjescollectie is al van +- 40 titels naar.. 2! teruggegaan. Kan ik even drastisch zijn met de rest? Welke herinneringen zullen boven komen tijdens het opruimen?

Tot mijn verbazing doet het me niet veel pijn om afscheid te nemen. Ik hou alleen mijn blauwe gitaar. Daarmee heb ik nog in Fremantle op straat gespeeld (ligt zuiden van Perth, Australie). Het is een van mijn ...

Walibi (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 09, 2010

5 comments, 61 photos

... plot, the entire ride made up to look like some de-aging machine created by a wacky professor. From the line you could see his office, which had a couple laser kaleidoscopes projecting red and green dots all over the room, as well as an old clock and typewriter and some other neat stuff. It was pretty fun, though only worth riding once or twice, and in keeping with the theme of the ride, you end up going backwards a couple times.

Zoo Terror- This one broke my heart. ...