Le Petit Normand

Address: Rue Roquez 47, Jalhay, Liège, The Ardennes, 4845, Belgium | Inn
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This inn, located on Rue Roquez 47, Jalhay, is near Les Thermes de Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Jalhay

Spa to Gouvy

A travel blog entry by james_and_paul on Sep 09, 2015

3 comments, 11 photos

... dead beat town but it does have a nice B&B and a convenient little supermarket to stock up with supplies. Some of the towns we passed on the way in (including Trois Ponts and Vielsalm) were stunning. They reminded me of a combination of the Rocky Mountains and Southern France. There are some amazing birds to be seen as well (both literally and metaphorically). Dad would be in his element.

Next stop Trier! ...

Day 3 - Ijmuden to Valkenburg

A travel blog entry by grmps on Sep 09, 2015

1 photo

After a silky smooth North Sea crossing, we woke to sunshine streaming into our wee cabin. A bed, a window, a clothes peg, and a shower/toilet is the extent of the facilities. A quick shower apiece sets us up for our first day abroad. We skipped the expensive ship's breakfast, so we'll find something en-route or "make do". On this occasion the GPS proved invaluable in steering us along a multitude ...

Roermond to Spa

A travel blog entry by james_and_paul on Sep 08, 2015

9 photos

... travelling for 20 minutes up another mountain before realising spa was in the other direction. Still, with every hill climb, there is a decline. We were able to reach the city with enough time to enjoy the evening- and what a grand little place it is ...

Visit to Liese's uni city for some of the day

A travel blog entry by squashgizmo on Sep 06, 2015

4 photos

... amp; meat balls, with fries (& we liked her joppie sauce). A lot of people around the shops. On the way to her shared place, she pointed out a bookshop that was in an old church. She has a nice room up the top of her (parents') place with a balcony. She showed us some of her uni buildings, some of the old city wall & water, where she likes to sit. We did a bit of shopping - souvenirs, chocolates, marzipan. We had afternoon tea ...


A travel blog entry by mkadventures on Sep 03, 2015

7 photos

This is a much nicer town with some old buildings. But the shops so many and although they were having sales not as good as the outlets we will be visiting. We did come across some cannibas chocolate for sale and a few other strange things like edible G-strings. This town has 50 churches and many are not being used so they turn them into ...