Hotel La Merveilleuse

23, Charreau des Capucins, Dinant, Namur, The Ardennes, 5500, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23, Charreau des Capucins, Dinant, is near Citadel of Dinant (La Citadelle de Dinant), Church of Our Lady (Collegiale Notre-Dame), and Parc National de Furfooz.
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Travel Blogs from Dinant

Brothers in arms

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

2 comments, 24 photos

... Australian diggers lost their lives. Driving out of town, we saw a cafe marked 'ANZAC Rest' and decided it as good a place as any to stop and grab a bite. Inside we met the owner, Johan who welcomed us with open arms and enjoyed a long chat with us about Australia. Evidently Johan had been responsible for the excavation of a number of relics from the war around the area, and explained he had been the one to uncover the 5 bodies of Australian diggers in 2006 that became massive ...

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

... we crossed back into France from Switzerland. Once in the plain, we made our way to the toll-road autoroute for most of the rest of the trip.

We stopped briefly for lunch, and then drove by Dole and shortly after that Dijon, famous for its spicy mustard. We drove near Chaumont where General John Pershing had the HQ of the American Expeditionary Force (all US troops) during WW 1. It’s also the place where Patton’s ...

The waiting game

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 20, 2013

2 photos

... took a bit of video to remind us which hopefully will be on the blog but the still picture shows that there is wash from our bow as though we are moving. There was talk of the next lock being closed or restricted because of the flow of water. That rain has to go somewhere and it is arriving in the river. It is amazing how much rubbish is coming down the river including large logs.

John went and had a quick chat with Luke and ...

The engineer cometh!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 19, 2013


... repair it but if it is to take too long he suggests blanking off the pump position and replacing it with an electric pump. He left with the parts so now we wait for development. He promised to come back tomorrow even if it is evening to let us know what is happening.

During the course of the day Isi washed the mats (it had got really dirty) and put things out to dry from yesterday's wash (that got stuck in the ...