BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Casteau Resort Mons

Address: Chaussee de Bruxelles 38, Mons, Hainaut, 7061, Belgium | 3 star resort
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    Travel Blogs from Mons

    Speleology (exploring caves) and garden wandering

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 13, 2015

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    ... 25 000 of Napoleons army dead, wounded or taken captive. The loses were horrendous and a memorial statue of a lion was erected in 1826 dedicated to the soldiers who fought in the battle. This was a historically significant battle, as it ended the first French Empire and ended Napoleons career. We climbed the 226 steps to the top of the Lions Hillock which gives excellent views of the battlefield, now farm land.
    The next day we went to the Grotte De Hans (the Caves of Han). ...

    Six Countries in One Day

    A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne on Apr 22, 2014

    ... soon it was time to board the flight to Brussels.

    Miracle of miracles, my bag was on the carousel! But it was late by this time and we decided to stay in Brussels for the night, Ron made a reservation at Hotel Mozart, we picked up the rental car - a very nice, spacious Opel Mervia - and after only a few rather masculinity-draining lurches, jerks, and killing of engine (the car is a manual), we loaded the GPS and braved ...

    Brussels nicer than the vegetable!

    A travel blog entry by emseurope on Dec 26, 2013

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    ... We were up early to catch the train out to Brugge to explore that part of Belgium. Again we followed our local guide map taking us to different and very interesting buildings. The best of these and probably the best museum we have seen all trip was the world's smallest museum. The map told us to walk past a locals house and view his collection in his front window, the owner then invited us in to look at the rest of his collections. ...

    From Holland to Belgium

    A travel blog entry by jspence on Jun 05, 2013

    ... a club in the city centre called sugar factory. We danced and danced until the music stopped at 5am. We then walked around the empty streets and watched the sun rise over the buildings as we sat on the canal. Both Shay and I could not have had anything more perfect, there was no one else in the world I wanted to be with other than Shay. A night to remember! The next day was a recovery day, and then on our final day in Amsterdam we took a lovely canal ride for ...

    Munich and Brussels

    A travel blog entry by erinmhancock on Jul 02, 2012

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    Last week was our final week in Germany. We spent a lot of time hanging out in Stuttgart. On Thursday night, we went downtown to a big public viewing to watch Germany play in the Eurocup. The public viewing was crazy, there were so many people all trying to watch the big screen and it was almost impossible to see. We decided to leave and go to a bar to finish the rest of the game. Sadly, Germany lost, but the experience of seeing the game with so many loyal fans was ...