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

Time to leave

A travel blog entry by awatters on Feb 24, 2014

My trip is over now, until next time Europe (hopefully soon). Had breakfast and caught a cab to the airport. Was originally going to take a train and just wanted a ride to the train station but the guy asked me about direct to the airport and said what I thought was €15 (I asked him the same and he confirmed) but he meant €50. Not terrible and a little quicker so oh well. Made a few last minute purchases at duty free. Time to board the plane to Atlanta ...

In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment

... had to wait until all the leaders, peloton and various stragglers passed until we could move.

Our last stop was at Hill 60 where many tunnelers of the allies managed to dig under theGerman lines and place explosives, a lot of explosives. In June 1917, these were detonated and the explosion was heard in London and Paris. Needless to say many Germans were killed but the fighting raged on.

As well as the casualty numbers, the number of artillery shells ...

Getting rid of stuff

A travel blog entry by thomasmolineaux on Jan 27, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

... br>
Na de selectie kunnen 36 boeken blijven, 62 vliegen de deur uit. Enkele dingen die ik opmerkte:
* Voor elk boek van een Vlaming heb ik er tien van een Nederlander. De donkere and sinistere klank van veel Vlaamse boeken heeft me dan toch nooit echt kunnen bekoren.
* Zoveel koffietafel boeken ("kunst"). Waar zat ik met m'n hoofd? Ging ik soms indruk maken op iemand met hun gewicht en omvang?
* De selectie die blijft gaat over vroege jaren ...

Walibi (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 09, 2010

5 comments, 61 photos

... past it at the very beginning when 3/4 of the rides were still closed, and I vowed to ride it later. It looked like a smallish roller coaster shaped like a shallow U, but the middle of it was obscured by a building. The track very clearly went into and out of the building, and the building had windows, but they were all blacked out, making the inside a mystery. What was in there? What made it a zoo terror? Did angry lions swipe at you as you rocketed past them in the dark? ...

Dog vs. Ducky

A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on May 17, 2009

26 photos

... the back seat of Natt's car while heading home. Natt lived in Belgium because of his native wife, and told us about his wife's family history as we were approaching his town of Everberg. On his backroad drive, we passed by some storied locations and prominent residence's, including the Kasteel de Merode, where the prince lives.

By the time we arrived at Natt's quaint home, Mike and I were equally tired from lack of sleep and ...