Tour St-Georges

Rue St-Georges 2, Tournai, Hainaut, Belgium | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue St-Georges 2, Tournai, is near Notre Dame Cathedral in Tournai, The Belfry of Tournai, Musee du Folklore (Folklore Museum), and Folklore Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Tournai

ENGLAND... AGAIN!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 09, 2014

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... had a very fine opinion of herself, as is demonstrated by the initials that are on every side on the New Hall, as well as her crest in both the Old Hall and the New Hall.

From here, we headed down to Tring where we used a Caravan Club Certificated Location for a few nights and spend a day catching with Rob & Linda Van Geene. Whilst waiting for Rob & Lin to arrive, we went for a walk and discovered some of the grounds that used to by ...

In Flanders' Fields...

A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 24, 2014

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... 956 Commonwealth war dead with a lump in my throat so big I could hardly breathe. It was awful. Curved wall alcoves contain the Memorial to the Missing, names of 34,957 soldiers who have no known grave and who all died after 15 August 1917. Those who died before this date, 55,000, are on the Menin Gate Memorial. On the way in you pass through the visitors' centre, listening to a monotone female voice read out the names, countries and ages of the ...

French lessons, don’t fail me now!

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Jun 07, 2013

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... well the cargo anyway, it really wasn’t that dramatic, but did hold us up for an hour) we arrived in Tournai, able to lay claim to having been in three countries in one day – a first for both of us and a kind of cool for our first proper road trip with Larz.

Thanks for following our travels,

Love to you all,

Becs and Jase

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Multi million pound houses - edited!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 29, 2012

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... the gaps did not look quite big enough for us, especially when we are on a river and the wind was in the opposite direction. We saw the harbour master who showed us to come into a "box mooring" which is what Isi has been dreading. She managed to reverse in towards the bank between 2 posts which we had to tie centre lines on to and reverse back and put stern lines on. Fortunately the harbour master was taking our stern lines as we had a ...

Little and large locks + John's rant!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 23, 2012

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... gap and just as we were about full, the big barge started his engines! We were moored very close to his bow and so we quickly stopped our water and made a hasty departure just as he was starting his bow thrusters to get out. Phew!

We went through Tournai which was really pretty and where we were expecting a lifting bridge because the height was 0 in our new book. What it turned out to be was a one way system operating on the narrower part of the canal ...

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