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

A travel blog entry by eab2014 on Jun 25, 2014

... played their pieces first. We walked to the concert hall, guided by one of the band members - who took us the LONG way! It took us 20 minutes to get there (and six minutes to get back after Monica found the right way to go!), so we were all a little hot and bothered before we'd even arrived. None of the venues thus far have been air conditioned and they have all been blisteringly hot on stage. A cunning ploy to sell us more beer perhaps? ...

Billions of Blue Blistering Barnacles....!!!

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 14, 2013


... take my time.

I went to the library today for the first time, and successfully checked out two graphic novels. The mere act of checking something out without problems nearly made me fist-pump in joy as I walked back home in the rain and drizzle. My first steps in becoming an active member of Belgian society seem to be taking off. It’s a nice feeling. I really feel for immigrants to anywhere, since to be honest, it’s really ...

Fritz Anyone?

A travel blog entry by grosserfamily on Jul 16, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... where possible.

After sorting out the baby seat logistics we headed for Brussels, via Villers-Bretonneux, which you may know as a famous WWI Australian battlefield site. Here the counter offensive actions of Australian forces saved this small sleepy French town of Villers-Bretonneux from being over run. The town of Villers-Bretonneux seems eternally grateful. There main street is named Melbourne St, a cemetery is named ...

Brussels Christmas Markets!

A travel blog entry by moons_shell on Dec 16, 2012

2 comments, 36 photos

... special trip to see the Christmas markets they put on there. We got amongst the Belgian culture... well mainly the food..Our diet consisted of waffles, chocolate beer and sausages for the two nights there. The love a beer here over 800 kinds of beer, in fact. And they consume an average of 150L of beer per person per year.

We decided to take the train through the channel something we have never ...

Threat to national security

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Nov 04, 2011

... service to any of your lazy, pasty, moaning Brits, even in a paid capacity, makes me physically ill. You're lucky that I've decided to holiday here and contribute to propping up your atrophic, stagnant economy. Good. I hope we understand each other now Britain. I can take the odd convict joke, but let there be no confusion. Australian's are the new colonisers. We don't take over a country by force and kill the locals. It is a subtle ...