Le Petit Normand

Rue Roquez 47, Jalhay, Liège, The Ardennes, 4845, Belgium | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Jalhay

Tomb Raider

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

For interns (well, at least the ones I knew), there were three easy day trips to "foreign countries" that you could make from Bruxelles: Aachen, Germany; Lille, France and Maastricht, Netherlands. When we had a federal holiday in November, I went to Aachen. I kept meaning to go to Lille, but never did, and was told by a Canadian friend that it was ok, but nothing special. However, I had friends who went to Maastricht tell me of the tunnels and caves, ...

What I Came Here to do - School

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

So I've finished two full weeks of classes, and I have to say, this is so much different than the University of Minnesota. Problem-Based Learning is a completely new concept to me, and I'm still figuring out if I like it.

First of all, there are really no lectures (I actually have a lecture every Wednesday for one of my classes but it is "optional" = ain't gonna happen). Everything is discussion based, and all of the discussions are led by the students ...

Prince Carnaval

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... Prince Carnaval symbolically runs the city during Carnaval. The mayor hands over the key to the city and then the celebration begins and lasts until they transfer it back. Well the Prince Carnaval, it turns out, was the baker with the giant head, and they take him up to a stage in the middle of the Markt, parade him around for a bit, sing some, and then unveil who it is. Then they sing, dance, and generally party because Carnaval is just around the corner.
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Exploring Maastricht

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... up a bag of delicious looking apples which were only 2.95Euros per kilo, not too bad of a price. On the way back to the Guesthouse, we stopped one of the churches in Maastricht, the Basilica of Saint Servatius. It is dedicated to Sint Servaas, the patron saint of Maastricht, but also holds a treasury. We wandered around for a bit and walked past this gate type thing without even realizing it. Well the worker there stopped us and ...

Arrival Week

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... t say "The Dutch are..." but instead "Dutch people are used to an environment where..." A couple of the biggest things he said that I have noticed so far is that Dutch people are used to an environment where it's acceptable to be very direct and blunt with people, as well as to give poor customer service, if any really. Then we toured the major buildings of Maastricht University, spread throughout the city. This school is unlike many traditional schools like Minnesota. There is ...

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This inn, located on Rue Roquez 47, Jalhay, is near Les Thermes de Spa.
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