Oase Genk

Havenstraat 18, Genk, Limburg, B-3600, Belgium | Hotel
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On the move in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by devos

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... s place of whom we were invited to spend a few days with them.Ewoud spent some time with us in 2000 and 2003 and since then he met lovely Hanneke and now have 2 beautiful children and Nienke and Floortje, who are the Apples of their parents eye.They are just beautiful , Yesterday we spent the day in Maastricht we visited the Vrijthof Plain where Sonja ,Gerry, Rien ,and I sat in the pouring rain to watch Andre Riue 3 yrs ago it looked so different without the settings ...

North to Belgium

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker

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... is still strong.

We skirted Reims, one of the most fascinating cities in France. It was founded by the Remi tribe of the Gauls who allied themselves with Julius Caesar while he was conquering the region. It was Vandalized (literally) in the early 400s, and later in the same century sacked and burned by Attila the Hun (yes he came this far!).

Just before 500 AD after beating the Alamanni in a major battle in Germany, ...

Longest holiday of the year

A travel blog entry by awesomed

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... definitely a highlight of the trip. We also accidentally downloaded the version of the movie I Love You, Man that was recorded for the sight-impaired. That was interesting. And the weather was fantastic the whole time - maybe 45-50 every day.

I'm looking forward to my next visit. There's nothing like having a mother spoil you when you're too far away from your own. Also, it would be nice to see Frank again soon.
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Chocolate and Beer

A travel blog entry by rosinski218

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I guess the theme to all these posts is beer, but come on. We are in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium after all. As you can tell we drank some great Belgian beer and had some great chocolate. Tongeren was also interesting because it is one of the oldest towns in Belgium, so it had a lot of cool old buildings and crumbling cobblestone ...

Where did all the canals go???

A travel blog entry by rosinski218

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We took a 2.5 hour train from Delft to Maastricht, which is suppose to be completely different from the rest of the Netherlands. We were not disappointed. A large river ran through the city, but there were no canals in sight. You could even see lush green hills on the outskirts of town. The main ...

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This hotel, located on Havenstraat 18, Genk, is near Hoge Kempen National Park.
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