Le Castel Hotel Fosses-la-Ville

Address: Rue du Chapitre 10, Fosses-la-Ville, The Ardennes, Wallonia, B-5070, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue du Chapitre 10, Fosses-la-Ville.
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      Travel Blogs from Fosses-la-Ville

      Leaving Paris for Belgium

      A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Nov 10, 2014

      5 photos

      ... into the town and had beer. We returned to JP's for lunch and a rest then went to Namur. We managed enough free tickects for entry into an antique 'show'. Each of the stalls was artistically set up to highlight the seller's wares. To us it was more like wandering through a museum, with paintings from the 1800's, dinnner sets, silverware, jewellery, and furniture. It was equally as interesting to see the people. Many of the stall holders ...

      Waterloo, the Momument

      A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jun 26, 2014

      2 photos

      ... same.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterloo,_ Belgium

      Because Pascaline and Ghislain have only recently bought their bbq we showed them how to BBQ a whole chicken along with potatoes and corn on the cob. The night before we did a marinade for chicken of Tequila, lime juice. Olive oil and garlic with chicken, some corn on the cob and zucchini. All served with great red wine; Bordeaux from ...

      Visit to Bruge

      A travel blog entry by w_eman on Mar 17, 2013

      6 photos

      ... marvel at the lovely architecture that surrounds the popular market square. We made several stops along the way including at Our Lady Tower and Saint Salvator's Cathedral. The city was rich with Belgium’s premiere items that the country was known more, most especially chocolate. Due to the high tourist volume that filled the town, English was the common language spoke ...

      Crafty Camp

      A travel blog entry by saradehner on Sep 25, 2012

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... with their legs wrapped around them
      and try to “open their package” by unlocking their arms and
      legs....Yes, this actually happened. Thank God my partner was Joan
      and I knew she was just as uncomfortable, if not more, than I was.

      So after we were
      all “warmed up,” we started craft activities. Each group had two
      different sections of activities planned for the day and mine were
      the following:

      Day 1(Friday
      night)- Meet the ...

      OT Camp

      A travel blog entry by jaugustyn on Sep 14, 2012

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... playing African drums). We had to individually go around and show the different ways to hit the drum. The teacher would just say “ok” if you weren’t very good but he accepted at least partially what you did. His response to me: “ok.” Haha. We also had to dance and clap to different beats as well as sing “kili watch” together. Probably one of my favorite sessions actually. Second half=Dance and Movement Body Expression. Some judo-like ...