Le Relais Du Marquis

Rue De La Planchette No18, Ittre, Brabant Wallon, 1460, Belgium | Hotel
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In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by baileyj


... its entrance the Menin Gates. Ieper was completely leveled in WW1. The locals rebuilt it in 7 years after the war except for the cathedral which took over 40 years. Again the names of Commonwealth country deaths are listed here on the Menin Gates but these are the ones never discovered. After lunch we had a chance to tour the Flanders Museum in Iepers which was interesting but I don't think nearly as dramatic or well presented as the Passchendaele Museum.

The wife ...

Simply Random

A travel blog entry by danielpinno


... and a couple others scattered around town. The walk up to the palace took a few stairs as it is on the highest hill of the city and the gardens weren't anything to shout about. The palace building looked like it had seen better days, but the guards were entertaining. At the Place Royale there was a nice view over the city and the Museum of Musical Instruments looked cool.

By 4pm we were pretty tired although the random events didn't ...

Sooo sleepy

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin


... a change from the frugal dinners I've been having. I sat across from Heidi, who still lives in Lake City (her husband is also a guide, and they have two small children; they barely see each other at all during the summer), and next to Ralph, a distinguished-looking gentleman from Detroit. Think David Niven's American cousin.

The group is mostly middle-aged, with some retirees, a woman who is 42 though looks like a 17-year-old boy, and one teeny woman who I might ...

Two hours to Brussels!

A travel blog entry by sally123


... on the ground and it looked very pretty indeed. More walking and exploring this pretty city on Sunday, tasting some beer, eating the famous mussels and chips and tasting chocolates of course.

Then hop back onto the train on Sunday evening for a quick 2 hours across the land and under the water. Arrived at St Pancras and in less than 1 hour I was back in my nice, heated, comfortable house in West Dulwich. Great weekend and Brussels is gorgeous!


Not a big fan of Brussels

A travel blog entry by clarkyreno

I know my one 3 hour experience in Brussels in no way can be applied to the entire city or the time I would have had if some of the details had been a bit different Anyway. My goal was to get into Brussels early in the morn and do this 8 stop beer tour I had found. Sounded cool and an easy way to not spend too much time in Brussels. So my 15 min tram ride to Ghent central station ...

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