Chateau des Thermes

Address: Rue Hauster 9, Chaudfontaine, Liège, The Ardennes, 4050, Belgium | 4 star inn
 
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    Travel Blogs from Chaudfontaine

    Auf wiedersehen pet!

    A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... small villages of traditional wooden houses. Not a butchers in sight. For a country that seems to eat a lot of meat, why not many butchers? We skirted round the Eifel region where the Bitburger beer we had been drinking is brewed. Here the houses changed style and were made of stone instead of wood, we joined the Autobahn but only after a few detours to avoid roadworks.

    We have come across many closed roads in Germany, in the UK ...

    ZIO Maastricht

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 10, 2014

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    Presentation ZIO covering topics such as:

    • Primary care development
    • Funding and activities of ZIO
    • Blue Care concept
    Dr Guy Schulpen, Medical Director, ZIO Maastricht

    Programme at Primary Care Centre Scharn:



    Presentation on collaboration models Primary Care and Hospital Care

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    Maastricht UMC+

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

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    09:00- 09:45

    Introduction to Maastricht UMC+

    Prof. Dr. Martin Paul, President UM



    Drs GuyPeeters, CEO MUMC+

    09:45- 10:15

    Transmural Care

    Dr Hans Fiolet, Director of Integrated Health Care

    10:15- 10:45

    Integrated disease management in diabetes: the Maastricht experience

    Prof. Dr Nicolaas ...

    St Servatius Basilica

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... chapel on the saint's grave was replaced by a large stone church built by bishop Monulph around 570. This church was replaced by a larger pilgrim church in the late 7th century, which was then replaced by the present-day structure, which was built in several stages over a period of more than 100 ...

    Selexyz-Dominicanen

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

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    Dating back to the 13th century, the structure was a Dominican church until Maastricht was invaded by Napoleon in 1794 and the group was forced out of the country. Since that point it has been briefly used as a parish, then a warehouse, then an archive, then a giant parking lot for bicycles (not such a terrible idea) and finally made over into a bookstore. ...