l'Etna

Place Léopold, 1, Mons, Hainaut, Belgium | Hotel
 

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Day 8 - Mons

A travel blog entry by eab2014

... 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? ...

Taking the Piss out of Tourists?

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren

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It was quite a long journey back to the hotel & finally got to bed at midnight. Tomorrow is an exciting day visiting World War I history in ...

One hour in Brussels

A travel blog entry by maurerfamily

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Today we left Amsterdam for London. We needed to change trains in Brussels. We figured we had some time to grab a quick bite to eat outside of the train station. We walked out and found a nice little place that had some incredible mussels and french fries. This reminded me of a previous trip to Belgium over a decade ago. My mom and I ate a lot of mussels and fries on that trip. ...

Brussels

A travel blog entry by bratislava

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... in a fancy dress shop) and we darted around Canterbury with what nearly amounted to skill...Then we went to France.
And as things often do in France, it all went horribly wrong from there.
A trip to Brugges destined to take 1.5 hours took more than 3, mainly due to a huge number of closed down roads and a pretty damn impressive truck accident where the driver had seemingly decided that a trip down a hill, on his ...

The Belgium food list

A travel blog entry by jeffanddana

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This morning we woke up nice and early after an interesting sleep (we were both waking up throughout the night because of the jet lag), had a fantastic breakfast at the hotel and then took a taxi to the Dover P&O Ferry terminal. When we arrived we were told that we could take the earlier ferry, which was great as we were really early for our reserved ferry. The reception lady had told me that it usually took 30 minutes to get from Folkestone to Dover and that traffic ...

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