L'Affenage

Rue Croix Henquin 7, Erezee, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, 6997, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue Croix Henquin 7, Erezee.
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Travel Blogs from Erezee

Sustainable way to Live

A travel blog entry by mattyen1 on Oct 06, 2014

... goes for 10 days but I only went for one day because I am only finding activities for school groups to complete.



"La CITE s invente" is a non profit educational organisation for sustainable development. Its mission is to raise awareness about ...

Brothers in arms

A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

Another 5 am wake up for Emma (!), we started early with a great cooked breakfast from our host Vincent at Hotel Ambrosia before setting out for a day of war memorials and museums of Flanders Fields.

Our first stop was the Passendale Museum, known for their recreated WWI trenches as part of the museum experience. Andy and I both felt the museum was one of the most engaging we'd been to, with plenty of interactive displays, including a video with a multimedia display that lit ...

First stop

A travel blog entry by kristof.vdl on Jul 09, 2014

1 photo

Today we drove about 200km in the ****ing rain ... Both wet till the bone!! Luckily we found a small camping with rooms for rent. The room is actually very big, with a kitchen included. After everything was unpacked, I enjoyed a warm shower after having very cold the whole day long. Afterwards we enjoyed a nice meal in the local restaurant. It is now 21.15h but I guess I will not be awake for a long time anymore. Sleep ...

North to Belgium

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 29, 2014

8 comments, 4 photos

... king Clovis was baptized a Christian in Reims leading to most of the Franks converting. This led to Reims being the traditional site for the coronation of the kings of France, until the abolition of the monarchy. The city was heavily damaged during WW1 and it was the site of the unconditional surrender of all German troops to the allies under General Eisenhower in May 1945. (Stalin was miffed at this and insisted on ...

Day four: La Roche en Ardenne

A travel blog entry by davidandchel on Jun 27, 2014

1 photo

... in a lovely bar right by the river. We wandered round the town and then finished up with a lovely meal in a restaurant overlooking the square. Just made it back to the campsite before a big thunderstorm came its time like this I'm glad we are in the camper and not on the ...