Hotel Ibis Liege Centre Opera
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... candlesticks or light holders, bar service.The remaining time will be dedicated to the outdoor facilities of the eco-centre, the finalisation of the outdoor kitchen area and specifically of the bread oven as well as the building of a sheepfold and outdoor dry toilets. This would be ...
... it even though we only had a few hours there. We drove in and misjudged where the central Dom was and ended up walking a lot further than expected. However, by doing this, we discovered the local food of Printen a local gingerbread and also found a Belgian chocolate shop. (We were right on the border of Germany and Belgium). We finally made it to the Dom just as the rain started to come down. As usual ...
... Anyway, I'll skip the last part of the UK and jump straight into The Netherlands. I'm sitting here at the hostel waiting for my washing to get done. Washing is such a pain when you are travelling. You have to find a laundromat and march up to wherever it is with your big bag of smelly washing. I have to admit that I often wear outfits for a few days in a row because I don't have a big wardrobe to choose from. The clothes are well and truly ready for a wash by the time I ...
... D. Arriving home, there was an Australian flag on the house, the kitchen was full of plates, cake and whatever. 'Just in case somebody was comin'. I went into the living room, looked up and saw them. Everyone was standing in the garden, a huge 'Welcome back' banner, baloons everywhere. I started crying. I couldn't help it. More and more people came during the day. It was wonderful, but I was a little bit overextended. We started drinking, watched my movie, ...
... br> Before the concert which was to be our final highlight - Andre op Het Vrijthof - we found the same Greek restaurant where we dined 9 years ago during our first visit to Maastricht. It was lovely to in a sense relive the memory of our previous visit to this charming river city, and be surrounded by the soft Limburgs dialect.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ibis Liege Centre Opera Liège
Nothing fancy, you get what you pay for. Small rooms, but clean. Good location.
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