Relais d'Arbois

Address: 34 Rue de La Montagne, Ittre, Brabant Wallon, 1460, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 34 Rue de La Montagne, Ittre.
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A travel blog entry by dannib on Nov 04, 2014

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... While hurtling across the country side they feed us. On the French side the train is up high above the countryside. We stop in Lille, France twenty minutes later where we pick up more bureaucrats coming off the TGV (french high speed train) going to Brussels. Of course we are in a new time zone so it is one hour later. Our stop is about 10 minutes. All of a sudden it is dark! Daylight savings... ...

Theme Parks

A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard on Jun 13, 2014

... country. The effort that has gone in is incredible and deserves rewarding. This is where I want to hang Nigel Farage when the time comes.

Epcot, Florida
Disney's 1980s vision of the future. I vaguely remember it being interesting but too big for a single day. It also shares a park with a sort of Europe-Land-which Europa Park does much, much better. I was also rejected for a job here about 10 years ago for not being ...

Goodnight, and joy be with you all

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 01, 2014


... me. I opened the card and €50 fell out. How can you not love people who do things like that?

I was going to lunch with the other interns, but one coworker had brought me food, so I ate with them. He had gone out and bought special cannelloni filled with sausage, cheese and truffles, and absolutely swimming in truffle sauce. We’re talking gourmet cannelloni here, and I didn’t mind, because most of the people I really wanted ...

Brussels Blitz

A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 20, 2013

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... Grote Markt in Flemmish) It was described in my research as possibly the best square in Europe, perhaps the world. It was impressive. A complete square of early, 17th century stately stone buildings, with towers, and gold, and plaques, and statues, and pointy bits. The entire square was in cobblestones and cafés, bars, and chocolate shops dominated. We windows shopped one of the world's first covered malls, just off the square, and walked town "restaurant row," ...

Along the Rhine and then to Brussels

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 16, 2013

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... down seats near the exit and the luggage racks. I think we just rested the backpack on one to start with (while we waited for a seat), then as we realised there were more people than seats, we grabbed the other one as well! This train was no quicker than the ICE train, but it was a private train. First up they asked for some exorbitant sum of money, and we said we had a Eurail pass so got a discount. "No" - and then "I'll check on that". We didn't pay until ...