Le Limbourg

Place Roi Albert 21, Rochefort, Namur, The Ardennes, 5430, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rochefort

Rest easy

A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul

Another wet start, tents and things started to get pretty damp. A new chill in the air aswell, did add poetry to a very pretty area, the woods envelope eveything around so it feels wild. Trevs rear tyre went pop, we managed to sort it out so we could ride... only very slowly to Bastogne. It was meant to be a rest day but we ended up doing 20 miles that took us hours. Found the local bike shop, and da'corrd it's closed on ...

When in Belgium

A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul

... Once in St hubert we decided a bit of morale boosting was in order, so we hit the pub. After a few local belgian beers (When in belgium) we got a few tinnies and some food for the road, then it was time to look for camp. When we got back to the bikes we found that we had 3 flat tyres, this took some sorting out especially since my rear tyre would not fit again. Some young ...

An Excursion To Namur

A travel blog entry by marty387

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Today is the last full day of our vacation so we decided
to leave the city as we felt we've seen everything of importance there was to
see. Namur was suggested as a pretty town, with lots of medieval charm. Namur
has taken on a new role as the capital of the federal region of Wallonia. Its
location at the head of the Ardennes has also made it a popular tourist center.
After purchasing train tickets at Central Station we were ...

Blessings from Namur

A travel blog entry by dmandpeter

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... tunnels/galleries. The citadelle dates back to medieval times but most of the underground tunnels were built in the 15th - 17th centuries. So much that was built during this time in Europe is incredible given the lack of mechanisation and how these structures are still strong and usable some 300-600 years later. Are our engineering feats today truly modern and innovative and will the structures built today still ...

103 "Nuts"

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters

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... Bastogne a few times and knew they have an most excellent museum and war memorial which I planned to visit again; however, when I arrived there it was closed for renovation. Meanwhile some other smaller museum had to do.

Bastogne is also known as “Nuts City” . When the Germans had surrounded the city they sent a courier with a message from the German Command Post to General McAuliffe, demanding their absolute surrender. The General ...

Location

This hotel, located on Place Roi Albert 21, Rochefort, is near Grottes de Han.
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