Le Campanile

Address: Rue Jules de Laminne, Liège, Liège, The Ardennes, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue Jules de Laminne, Liège, is near Antwerp's Port, Cogels - Osy lei, Antwerp Tram, and Philips.
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Travel Blogs from Liège

Contrasting views of Belgium

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 13, 2013

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... We got to the harbour which worked out to €11 which included electric and Wi-Fi and water. Very picturesque, see photo.

After our G&T’s we had chats on Skype with Helen and Richard in Germany on their boat as well as other friends and family of course (we had our first Skype with Dave and Sue from home in Chestnut Close, great to catch up) Isi then set about publishing some blogs as we were way behind and some people thought we had not set off ...

ZOMBIFFF PARADE -traditional music Salento

A travel blog entry by voodool76 on Apr 08, 2013

5 photos

... dance of Pizzica Tarantata and traditional songs with roots in the Griko language a form of Greek spoken by a minority in Salento - to the enthusiastic attention of a new Italian generation and beyond.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/daidix/862 2363065/in/set-72157633175716210/lightb ox/

http://www.canzonieregrecanicosalentino .net/


Belgium sights

A travel blog entry by geeijo on May 14, 2012

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... still blow me away. Very similar to Paris. The grand place was very nice with lots of people milling around. It is the spot for tourists here! I stopped for a bite to eat and my first Belgian beer! Not bad for a non beer drinker but couldn't come to Belgium and not have one! I stopped by to see the other famous Brussels sight - Mannekin Pis. He is really old (1600s) ...


A travel blog entry by gibbas on Jan 04, 2012

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... town below. The villages are so old. Cobblestone and sandstone everywhere. They have such a wonderful atmosphere. This is definitely the best part of Belgium, so much nicer than the large cities.

All through this region are camping grounds, where I imagine are very popluar in the warmer months with bike riders and walkers.

Tonight we pick up our pneus hivers (winter ...

Saturday July 2nd

A travel blog entry by jockser on Jul 02, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... t very impressive & certainly wouldn't have required much ingenuity to blow up ! However there was a Hardly Movingson festival on beside the lake & the place was full of guys in 'colours' dragging the front wheels of their noisy steeds around every corner they came to so we didn't dally. Besides they're unfriendly hoors - I'd say less than 5% returned my wave. Yes, it was a wave, not a tosseer salute ! From there we rode some nice roads through the park ...