Address: Place Léopold, 1, Mons, Hainaut, Belgium | Hotel
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Day 8 - Mons

A travel blog entry by eab2014 on Jun 25, 2014

... actually piles of spoil from when the region was mined. We visited the cathedral which houses the ornate wooden carriage used as part of the parade that leads to the dragon slaying re-enactment. The carriage, drawn by four horses, makes its way around the town and then up the hill to the cathedral. It is bad luck for the carriage to stop or go backwards on the trip up the hill, so the townsfolk help by pushing the very heavy carriage up. ...


A travel blog entry by jess416 on Apr 11, 2014

15 photos

... P that had a cork screw and a bottle opener so we thought that was perfect. Well, as Hayley screwed the entire thing into the cork, we figured out that it wasn't going to work because the whole screw came right off Manny P! We debated for a while what to do and finally decided to go down to the bar with our bottles, one with a cork stuck in it, and ask for another opener. The bartender simply gave it to us which is not what we wanted considering we already messed up the ...

The night before leaving

A travel blog entry by mellett on Nov 13, 2013

4 comments, 2 photos

... arrive at 6.30am Friday morning.
Not sure how often (if at all) we will update this blog but nevertheless it at least shows the itinerary and eventually we will upload pictures to go with it but as we are not taking a PC/Laptop/IPad etc... with us, the uploads may come later.



A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 02, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... beer so much that he moved away from France. He travels regularly to other parts of Europe and to the United States to find craft breweries, sample the beer, and then have quantities sent to his bar. He named a dozen or more independent breweries on the West Coast and even more on the East Coast, and we were all nodding along. We were given two beers, a blonde and a slightly darker one. There was a third one that I didn't try but it had a wonderful smokey aroma. Jacques ...

Art Nouveau

A travel blog entry by scootergal on May 06, 2012

34 photos

... at all.
(I Googled Art Nouveau and Art Deco and now I know the difference!)
There were more and more interesting houses around the block so I went for a wee walk. I also wanted to visit the Comic Museum so I asked Natasha for directions and she told me it was 2.2kms roughly south. So I took a mental picture of the GPS and set off. Even though my legs had not quite recovered from the previous ...