Chateau du Lac Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau du Lac Hotel Genval
Travel Blogs from Genval
... to adjust using the click wheel. Are Belgian ticket machines sponsored by Apple? Mr Fletche feeds 10 and 20 cent coins into the machine – leftovers from our last European trip – until the required amount for two single journeys has been paid.
**Useful Tip No 1** Once you’ve figured out how to select your language using the ticket machines are easy-peasy.
Our first Brussels tram experience is swift as we disembark ...
... Started up and cast off only to realise that there was another set of lock gates the other side of a very low bridge!! They eventually opened the other gates then we had to wait absolutely ages for them to close the road and open the bridge. We called them on the radio and he said as soon as the bridge is open we can go through but be quick!!!! We went through before it had even finished opening, we were that quick, and tied up. We then had to wait ages ...
Everyone told us that 10 days in Belgium was too long! We beg to differ. It's not long enough!! Belgium has been unexpectedly and surprisingly interesting, cosmopolitan, summery, multi-layered, full of colour, and has well and truly exceeded our expectations. Brussels is just another city and doesn’t compare to the other European must-sees like London, Paris or Rome, we were told. Several Europeans even almost turned their noses up when we told them we were planning on spending 4 ...
... and rare. We met this couple from Washington who are currently deployed in Germany. They were so much fun that we ended up hanging out with them after the tour. We went to a little bar where we had a very rare beer called Westvleteren, which is known as the best beer in the world. This beer is made by Monks and impossible to get anywhere. It was truly one of the best beers I have ever had. We are on our way home tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing Sophie and ...
It wasn't a long way from Brugge to Brussels but we stopped in Ghent for a short visit. It was a larger town than I expected with many fine old buildings and churches. Also a number of canals there, but unlike Brugge the town and canals were rather dirty and the trams did not seem to blend well with the street scape. Arrived in Brussels in time for lunch in the old town and found the most magnificent ...