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travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 25 days ago
The local Irish pub. Beer selection is typical for a mainland European pub: Guinness, Kilkenny and Strongbow Cider. However, as we a re in Belgium, the local beers a typical European pub adds include trappists. Snacks are available in form …
travel blog from Lier, Belgium
updated 25 days ago
Lier was a nice surprise during our tour through Belgium. We did not expect anything exciting and with Antwerp pretty close, not much of an infrastructure for tourists. We got a beautiful medieval town which was only spoiled by the …
travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 25 days ago
The Zimmertoren ("Zimmer Tower") is a former medieval defense tower which was transformed into a clocktower in the 20th century. It was once called Cornelistoren (Cornelius Tower) and its origins remain unclear - most probably it was built in the …
travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 25 days ago
The Gevangenenpoort (Prisoners' Gate) is the only gate preserved from the inner city defense wall. Sometimes it is known as Eeckelpoort (or Eikelpoort). It was erected in 1378 and used as a prison up until 1930. At the windows of …
travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 26 days ago
St. Gummarus Church is a typical example of the transition of late medieval Gothic to early Renaissance in Brabant. Building started in 1378 and officially finished in 1540. However, expansions and alterations took place well until the 18th century. This …
travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 26 days ago
The Stadhuis was built as a town hall and cloth trading hall in 1367, but was soon considered to be too small for both purposes combined. Upon the construction of Butcher's Guild House (Vleeshuis), the cloth trading was moved there …
travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 26 days ago
The former house of the butcher's guild (Vleeshuis means "Meat House" in Dutch) is one of the oldest buildings in the city (1418). It also served as a cloth trading hall and later as a prison. Right now, it is …
travel review from Lier, Belgium
updated 26 days ago
Bed Muzet is from a new generation of YHA hostel with a very modern, but simple interior. Everything is clean and shiny, sometimes it even looked sterile. There is a well-equipped community kitchen. The only bad thing I could say …
updated 26 days ago
Whitby is a seaside town and port in the county of North Yorkshire. It is located on the east coast at the mouth of the River Esk; Whitby has an established maritime, mineral and tourist heritage. Its East Cliff is …
travel blog from Guinea
updated 26 days ago
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travel blog from New York, New York
updated 26 days ago
For hundreds of years, wine enthusiasts and also aficionados includes the once-traditional cellar wine rack. Nowadays, wine gathering has actually captured on when you're a prominent leisure activity and in addition wine fans genuinely understood to make sure it will …
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updated 26 days ago
This is a collection of all my Jahorina tips.
updated 26 days ago
I stayed in popular Hotel Bistrica in June 2010. I have attended seminar there at that time. It is well-known sight, popular hotel builds for Winter Olympic game 1984. It was old-fashioned hotel type but clean and in good condition …
travel review from Loxley, Alabama
updated 27 days ago
I cannot go to Loxley without remembering a young woman I dated a few times many years ago who lived here. Her name was Robyn making her "Robyn of Loxley". I lost contact with her through the years. Loxley is …
travel review from Lake Charles, Louisiana
updated 27 days ago
I had two reasons for picking the Oasis Inn and Suites as my place to stay on 17 December 2017. First, and most important, was its location near Steamboat Bill's a place I had eaten several times before and which …
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