Hotel Du Vieux Moulin De Lisogne

Address: Rue De La Lisonnette 60, Lisogne, Namur, The Ardennes, 5501, Belgium | Inn
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This inn, located on Rue De La Lisonnette 60, Lisogne, is near Citadel of Dinant (La Citadelle de Dinant), Church of Our Lady (Collegiale Notre-Dame), and Parc National de Furfooz.
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    Travel Blogs from Lisogne

    Hony and Ham

    A travel blog entry by suepeter on Aug 26, 2015

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    Drove over the border into Belgium to a little place called Hony. It is a tiny little village, well group of streets and houses really. The campsite is on a river surrounded by farms. The owner of the camp told us about a nice little walk to the picturesque village of Ham. Only 20mins she said. Well 45 mins later and a very steep ascent we arrived at a two street village. Yes it was pretty but blink and you would miss it. Then all these ...

    Legging it in France

    A travel blog entry by clhend on Aug 21, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the high, glockenspiel sounds of the clock bells are ringing the hour, here at Givet, a lovely fortified town on the edge of the Meuse, bordering France and Belgium. We are parked on the edge of the river overlooking at the attractive old town, and can see the boats chugging past.

    We still marvel at the wonderful places we have seen, and the many beautiful, park-up spots we have been able to enjoy: mulit - million dollar views for free. Oh la la! ...

    The Longest Day-July 19/20

    A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 19, 2014

    13 photos

    Today was action-packed with sightseeing and travel.

    After breakfast we checked out of the hotel and headed into Salzburg for a day of exploring before taking a train to Utrecht. The first stop was Hellbrunn Palace.

    Hellbrunn is a baroque villa built from 1613-1619 by Markus Sitticus, Prince-Bishop of Salzburg and its name comes from the spring which fed its ingenious water systems. It was meant only as a summer daytime residence ...

    Belgium - Beer Beer and more Beer

    A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Jan 31, 2014

    61 photos

    ... of stories about him some say that in the 14th century he ****** on a fuse connected to some explosives which ended up saving the city. Either way it is quite a laugh and funny seeing all the tourists lining up to see him (including us), all of the souvenirs are of him and there are replica statues everywhere you go.

    When we were in Melbourne in 2009 Glen and the boys had visited a Brewry and sampled some 8% Belgium Beer called Delirium ...


    A travel blog entry by freyr on Aug 08, 2012

    ... It has been there since medieval times. I had a full day in Bruges and I went on a tour of Flanders. It was the best tour I could have done. We went to most of the major battle sights. I found a grave belonging to one of my great great uncles who was killed at passchendale in the Tyne Cot cemetery. We also went to hill 60 which was really ...