Hotel Simenon

Address: Blulevard De L'Est 16, Liège, Liège, The Ardennes, 4020, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Liège

It gets better with age

A travel blog entry by alliemtanner on Mar 09, 2015

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... is the oldest city in the Netherlands; dating back to year 343. Regardless it has young energy, as much like Leuven it is a university city.After a late night exploring what bars the city has to offer, I make it to a patio for brunch at one of the city squares. Directly across from me are two old churches. One almost looks castle like and the other has a giant maroon bell tower that can be seen ...

Day 1 - Maasbracht to Maastricht

A travel blog entry by travelsonopilio on Mar 02, 2015

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... up behind us in the lock - a huge barge called Fighter. After two locks and some really stormy weather it's dark by the time we arrive in Maastricht and we miss the public moorings. After a couple of u-turns (in a really wide river) Martin decides to moor up on an empty and locked landing stage, not great for the dogs but too late to ...

A day to view the historic town of Monschau(Henry)

A travel blog entry by libbydove on Nov 06, 2014

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Ignoring the typical grey sky of a North German autumn we headed out to the spectacular town of Monschau which was established about 1000 years ago. On the way we passed through Holland and Belgium to reach this small German town, an experience that is incomprehensible to an Australian mindset.

Small relics and reminders of World War ...

Holland for the day. Maastricht.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 15, 2014

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To and Huget both had to go to work, so we had a slow start and then drove to Holland! Maastricht, home of André Rieu! Had a lovely day walking around the two market squares, the food and clothes market stalls and then had lunch watching the people walk by. No churches, museums or art galleries today. Back home for more chatting and snails for dinner. To is truly a great ...

Waterloo and Hasselt.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 14, 2014

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Said goodbye to Rob and Rob. Then had a slow start on our journey east across Belgium. Then............ John found another battlefield! Waterloo is somewhat different from WW2 and WW1. Napoleon was defeated on 18/6/1815 by Wellington's and Blucher's armies. About 70,000 on each side. The end of the Napoleonic Wars. Climbed 226 steps of the Butte Du Lion (Lion's Mound), a conical ...

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