La Tour D'Argent

Chaussee De Namur,424, Gembloux, Namur, The Ardennes, 5030, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chaussee De Namur,424, Gembloux.
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Travel Blogs from Gembloux

Chocolates, Tin Tin and more Chocolates!

A travel blog entry by lihei on Nov 08, 2012

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... to die for. Despite light rain, we make a way around the city centre exploring little alley ways along the cobblestones roads of central Brussels. The array of food and chocolate throughout Brussels is amazing. Quality food everywhere making the air full of wonderful aromas. We, of course, try some of the local fare and slowly demolish some amazing chocolates. Orange for me and hazelnut for Michelle. The chocolate ...

Grandmother's Locket

A travel blog entry by cdolman on May 04, 2012

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... At the time he was 31 years old leaving behind my mother who was two years old and her sister Lynn who was a just a baby (10 months old).

Our hotel in Gembloux is great- Best Western- and the view from the balcony is much better than it was in the hotel in Brussels.

Upon arriving in Gembloux we headed to the town centre in search of lunch. To our surprise most of the cafes were ...

Why You Should Couchsurf

A travel blog entry by orianapacker on Sep 24, 2011

3 comments, 3 photos

I had the best time in Brussels. The absolute best. I was immediately impressed by how diverse and multicultural Brussels itself is (as it should be-- it's the capital of the European Union). I was awed at the grandiosity of the Grand Place, a plaza with towering gold-encrusted guildhalls centering the area. I was tickled at how small the famed Mannekin Pis really is ...

Beer, Waffles and Chocolate

A travel blog entry by kyleandchanny on Oct 05, 2010

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We had three main goals for our visit to Brussels.

1) Sample a few (many) delicious Belgian beers

2) Try some world famous Belgian chocolate

3) Eat a waffle

Obviously we accomplished all three in a timely matter. Finding bars that have over 2000 different kinds of beer and streets with waffle stands and chocolate shops as far as the eye can see.We wandered down the old cobblestone streets and organized our own city tour, ...

A Thunder Storm And Tiny Soaps

A travel blog entry by moon-soleil on Jul 23, 2010

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... as well. I really felt like **** and riding away was like trying to make a rope snap. It just wouldn't snap and still hasn't.
But after a while I was doing better and when we finally left Turnhout behind us, I was feeling much better. I felt excited, relieved and most of all: free. Freedom can do strange things with a person, but strange things can also happen. I can't remember when exactly, but at a certain moment I dropped my phone on ...

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