BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Casteau Resort Mons
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Mons
... made the most of our last few hours in France by visiting some WW1 battlefields on our way to Belgium. We have only recently found out that Traci's great grandfather fought in France during WW1 and thanks to the records provided by the Australian War Memorial we were able to find out where Harold Lone served and fought. Harold was a member of the 49th Battalion and joined up from his home town of Gladstone (Qld) in 1915.
Our first stop was ...
... spent the morning walking through 2km of limestone caves. The caves are beautiful and have the river Lesse flowing through. In parts of the cave you are able to see fossils in the cave walls of shells and fish. At one point there is 100m of ground above you! They also do a sound and light show in one of the chambers which shows the magnificent acoustics of the cave. The explored parts of the cave network is approximately 17km long. To get to the cave we got on a 100 year old, very ...
... waiting for our night train to Paris. After, a smooth relaxing ride, we walked to our hostel from the Gare du Nord, checked in, then had a glorious meal at a neighbourhood French restaurant. Alexa enjoyed playing pinball with a old man that was delighted to show her the ropes on how to play. We capped off the day with a climb up the steps of the Sacre Coeur Basilica which offers one of the best views of Paris. A long hard, beautiful day. Upper town was our next destination ...
... Route 66 for some reason. After dinner, we went to grab a beer at Delirium which was hoppin' even on a Monday night. Around midnight, we started to head back to the hostel and realized that the Metro stopped running around 12:30. We could only get a ride partially back to the hostel and had to walk the rest of the way. On the walk we passed some shady people including some very obvious prostitutes, but we made it home unscathed. We intended to go to ...
... CVO Softail Convertible caught our eye, with two-tone mat brown paint and brown leather luggage. I wish I had taken a photo as it sounds awful now I say it! None of the bikes were priced. Anyway, the coffee was tasty for a change and set us up for the next run through Belgium into ...