Address: Grand-Place 36, Tournai, Hainaut, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Grand-Place 36, Tournai, is near Cathedral of Our Lady, Notre Dame Cathedral in Tournai, Musee du Folklore (Folklore Museum), and Folklore Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Tournai

    Somme WWI Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... ordinance.

    After Lochanger we went into the town of Albert and went to the Museum of the Trenches. During WWII the city fathers of Albert opened up and strengthened the medieval tunnels under the town to serve as bomb shelters for the people. After the war, they took the longest one, about 250 feet long, and turned it into a WWI museum which focuses on life in the trenches in WWI. It was well done and interesting and underground and ...

    Lovely little town

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 15, 2015

    5 photos

    ... On the way up the tower there are rooms which explain the history of tower and how it used the different bells to alert citizens to either public announcments, trials and executions, fires or invasions.
    My full day in Tournai consisted of a walking via use of Tournai app (has a walking route and info at certain stops). The map wasn’t the clearest which meant I was able to see parts of the town that I wouldn’t have otherwise... On ...

    Our first threesome

    A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Nov 29, 2012

    Its too easy really. The canals are huge. Plenty of depth and most of the barge drivers are very helpful. I did get called up to the office about my expired vignette. But typicaly french, he filled out some paperwork and said as i had engine trouble there would be no charge. Got back to red in time to cast off while shouveling down some lunch. We tied into the lock with two other boats. Our first threesome. it ...

    Multi million pound houses - edited!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 29, 2012

    17 photos

    ... up, just a notice in Dutch which of course we couldn't understand. There was a person coming towards the bridge and we assumed he was the bridge/lock-keeper but it turned out he was only a workman, but he did go and knock on a door nearby and another man came out who turned out to be the correct man. Phew! He opened the bridge and as we went through we could see the lock gates which were obviously not used any more. It seemed very ...

    Little and large locks + John's rant!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 23, 2012

    8 photos

    ... the town.

    Our first lock today we had to share with a big barge. We let it go ahead of us seeing as they are on deadlines and we are not. The lock-keeper asked us for our paperwork and so John took it up to their office. Everything was in order, so we were issued with a licence number which is free of charge in Wallone area of Belgium. We don’t have to display this number it is just in case someone asks for it. When we get to the Flemish part, we will need ...