Le Castel Hotel Fosses-la-Ville
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... not recognise hills, they do not follow contours so its striaght up and down... constantly and always so you can see the next few hills you have to climb. We managed 80 miles in the end, camped wild somewhere near Nevilles. Unfortunaltly about 20 of those miles were us going in circles, it was a very frustrating day.
... tunnels/galleries. The citadelle dates back to medieval times but most of the underground tunnels were built in the 15th - 17th centuries. So much that was built during this time in Europe is incredible given the lack of mechanisation and how these structures are still strong and usable some 300-600 years later. Are our engineering feats today truly modern and innovative and will the structures built today still ...
... were hungry by this time so headed to check out some food places close by. Decided on a Vietnamese takeaway. On our way back through reception we asked to get some cutlery and a plate so we could eat, the guy said no this is not possible, the restaurant is closed and we couldn't get anything! The restaurant is even closed for room service and all.. We asked a few more times then the girl who is at the desk working for Tomorrowland spoke to him in French and ...
... 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
night)- Meet the ...
... and thats about as close as we came to doing any yoga. Haha.
We spent lots of time in the kitchen baking bread and other 5 star dishes for the guests of the retreat who were able to enjoy harvesting their inner peace (while we baked our bums off).
The place was located in a beautiful valley in a small town of Belgium. Guests stayed in gypsy caravans or rocks made out of ...