Chateau de Namur
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau de Namur
Travel Blogs from Namur
... It's an imposing structure dominating the township to the south, and we find some lovely views as we climb up. We watch a local cycling race coming up the mountain, some on foot, and many looking very hot. There is a beer vendor near the top, to give them that final boost! We have a look at some underground tunnels, and wander about the walls looking over Namur. Down in town we work out the parking is free on ...
We spent all morning finishing the grass work)) After that we could go and have free time))
So we went discovering the festival))
There were so many different performances!
In the evening during the dinner we discussed the festival. There was no work for us during the festival, so ...
He spoke not very slowly but very distinctly, so I understood him very well, but sometimes I asked him to repeat or explain in other words.. In rare cases I asked him to explain in English))))
I really liked that guy, he was so unusual. He told me that he traveled in a truck with his girlfriend and dogs. I didn't understand French so perfect but I think he said that he had ...
... and had a lot of fun!
The second day in work camp was ending but we heard nothing about the work to do... Lucy told us that the work would start on the 6th of May, so it was too early to discuss it yet.
I liked my trip more and more and was looking forward to new emotions and new discoveries.
Few words about volunteers))) Some of them (Clemence, Alicia) have taken part in ...
... client-centered approach to therapy. I only say I was surprised
because when the title of a class or paper is not written in person
first language, it usually is also not presented in a strength-based way. I just wish the discussion about interventions had
been a bit deeper, but over all a nice class.
Day 7- Joan and I
took a class called “Play and Playfulness.” I was so happy when
the class was primarily based on practical information. We were able ...