Ibis Mons Centre Gare

Address: Boulevard Charles Quint 27b, Mons, Hainaut, 7000, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Boulevard Charles Quint 27b, Mons, is near Grand Place, Collegiate Church of St. Waudru, Francois Duesberg Museum of Decorative Arts, and Van Gogh House (Maison Van Gogh).
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      Travel Day to Lourdes France

      A travel blog entry by dyak on Apr 22, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Arrived in Paris ahead of schedule on Air France from Toronto. Paris airport is very large. It took almost 25 minutes from landing time to arrive at the terminal. Once at the landing terminal we were transported via commuter train to another terminal to pick up our luggage. My backpack arrived safe and I was on my way via shuttle to Gare …

      Day 8 - Mons

      A travel blog entry by eab2014 on Jun 25, 2014

      ... was the boat lift at Strépy-Thieu which lifts/lowers barges from the canals 73m vertically. It is currently the largest boat lift in the world, although China is constructing one which will be larger when completed. I heard some distinct rumblings in the previous few days about why on earth we'd want to visit this, but our visit coincided perfectly with five boats being lowered from the top canal, and everyone was fascinated by the ...

      Exploring the old

      A travel blog entry by graemea on May 13, 2013

      20 photos

      ... or what! A
      "cornet” of Frittes (chips in a packet with an assortment of sauces available)
      with a beer on a street table, followed by dinner in a food street crammed with
      cafes, tables and people (a bit reminiscent of Lygon St of old, with the
      hawkers trying to entice the tourists into their cafe)– we ate a fare of
      traditional mussels (moule) with fritte, garlic snails and for drinks, fell
      into the trap of ordering a nice sounding ...

      Brussels - The real Paris

      A travel blog entry by robotsthatfly on May 19, 2012

      25 photos

      Driving to Brussels we decided to take
      a scenic route and check out the seaside... beaches are also done a
      lot different here. They dont have a lot of sand...or waves..
      we had lunch at this little seaside
      restarant that had no english, after adam tried to explain fish and
      chips to the waitress, we ended up with large gamba..which ...

      Guaranteed to add 10 pounds to you.

      A travel blog entry by ragazzo1977 on May 11, 2011

      5 photos

      ... I ordered shrimp croquettes, Flemish stew and frites and my partner ordered a huge bucket of mussels and frites. Both came with generous sized beers and portions. Dinner was €55 ($79) for the two of us. It was then I realized that we are no longer in Spain. Suprisingly, the food was actually good. Really good. We both enjoyed our dinners and service was, once again, with a smile. After dinner we did some more shopping at Galeries ...