Hotel-Restaurant De Fransche Croon

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

In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment

... Europe; his 2 oldest are already in Quebec.

Our first stop was actually a German cemetery. Germany was so confident that they would walk through Belgium that they sent mainly young student soldiers, some under 18. They got beaten soundly and many were at this cemetery. There are 44,000 here with 25,000 in a central grave with 15,000 of these unknown.

We then stopped at a local farmer that Nathan seemed to know. He threw open a door to a barn and there was ...

Werchter was rocking!

A travel blog entry by tobybriggs on Jun 27, 2012

33 photos

... So we proceeded to stack as much as we could on him. Other people got inlvoved and by the time he woke up he had a shitload of eubbish all over him and we quickly made ourselves scarce.

Step over game: This one started as a pratical means of getting through a packed crowd. I think it started during Jack White where because of the mellow music heaps of people were sitting down and listening. Obviously we needed to step through/over people to get where ...

Getting rid of stuff

A travel blog entry by thomasmolineaux on Jan 27, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

... en hij speelt zo lekker. :)
Maar nooit meer speel ik in een electrische band. Ik ben het zat om de versterker op 20 te moeten zetten alleen maar om boven drum en bas te komen, of meer tijd te steken in het kabeltjes-trekken dan echt spelen. En nooit nooit nooit meer wil ik de eindeloze hoofdpijn na een te luide repetitie. Gedaan.
(PS op de foto pastte maar 1 klein versterktje. Er zijn er nog 2 grote te koop, plus een hoop effecten, 2 gitaren, een steel guitar en ...

Walibi (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 09, 2010

5 comments, 61 photos

... t wait to find out. When everything was finally open we stopped by again- only to discover a previously-overlooked sign saying that the ride was closed until 2011. The mystery will remain unsolved. FOREVER. Even looking for info online turned up nothing but an apparently unrelated haunted house-type ride with no roller coaster elements at all.

Octopus- Glennica insisted we ride this one. A really boring ride with eight legs that spin and go up and down a little. ...

Dog vs. Ducky

A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on May 17, 2009

26 photos

... and hung my head out the window like a dog, admiring everything and just breathing in the clean air. I exchanged contact information with Natt, thanked him, then Kevin (Mike's cousin) and I threw our backpacks on and went for the necessities. The first set of stores I saw had two side-by-side, one saying "CHOCOLATES", and the other reading, "LIQUOR". Hey, I said necessities, didn't I? Belgium is famous for its chocolates, so it seemed only right that ...