Chateau du Lac Hotel
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Chateau du Lac Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau du Lac Hotel Genval
Travel Blogs from Genval
... s another thing we love about Belgium (or Europe in general really). You can drink beer just about anywhere, at any time of day. In a park. On the steps of a building. In the Grote Markt (Grand Place). Anywhere. And it is not abused. This would never go down in Australia. It just wouldn’t work. One of our best Brussels moments was buying a couple of cans of local beer from a convenience store, and sitting splashing our feet in the water of the fountain of St Catherine’s square ...
... ATM and got euros. We got like a Döner burger thing that was weird for dinner. There's also a Catholic Church there so I might go to mass there even though it will probably be in Dutch or French.
Today we walked to work for the first time. It's a pretty long walk 20-25 minutes. We did some trainings and worked in the room. Some positives about the base is that we can actually use the shopette and the post office. I can get mail at the office and I will let y'all know ...
... and day, and I wanted to capture the feeling of the night life in Antwerp.
On Oct 24, We attended an orientation meeting after breakfast. The Program Directors went over the details of our trip and to answer questions. We then set off on our ...
It had been a long flight however I had slept through the majority of the duration. I woke up around two hours before we arrived in Brussels, I relaxed and read more of the book I had bought in Kenya. I cannot leave this book alone, "An elephant in the garden" by Michael Morpurgo is surprisingly catchy and you just keep wanting to know more and more. Throughout the whole flight I had thought I was dreaming or hallucinating. I kept hearing an echoing ...
... 8217;s research. Luckily we’re in Brussels now, so he is getting to do some initial research. Also, no matter what happens with our Luxembourgish paperwork, we’ll be coming to Belgium repeatedly so that Joe can continue his research. (Fortunately air travel within Europe is fairly reasonably priced.) Since this is the research for which he was awarded the Fulbright, that, at the moment, seems more important than the fact that we won’t be living in Luxembourg.