Parc Belair Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... but appropriately scaled as well. It was all curves, including curved glass storefronts to the shops inside the station.
My pictures of it were no better than hurried record shots. To do it justice, you need to chek it out on the internet. Back on the train I wondered if perhaps I had just seen the greatest building/structure in my life so far.
If the train route from Liege ...
... with livestock. We felt like Indiana Jones!! After our exploring of tunnels, we found an old shopping area with pretty buildings. We ate a couple bars of delicious Belgium chocolate and gyros for dinner. Going to bed early. Weather has been warm but not too bad. It sprinkled out a little today but so far no bad weather (knock on wood) Tomorrow we go to Brussels, Belgium for two nights. Hope all is good in ...
... The fare was €2 each way (but the driver refused to take any cash on the way back?) We arrived at the bus station at about 11:30 now remember, the whole of the city is less than 1 square km with the “action” in Place d'Armes and Place Guillaume II being two very nice “European Cafe Culture” areas.
The old city is a bit like York in that it has a river and ruined walls although it is on a steep hill with the river maybe ...
... Henry I (1220 -1250) was even married to a member of the Capetian family, which ruled France at the time. In 1417, the castle and its lands were inherited by the younger line of the German House of Nassau, which -in 1530- also acquired the French principality of Orange. The castle's most remarkable rooms; the chapel as well as the small and the grand palaces were built in the late 12th and the first half of the 13th Century.The ...