Liege Travel Blog› entry 55 of 78 › view all entries
April 25th, 2009 – by: Adrian_Liston
Actually, I quite liked Liege. It certainly has its ugly parts, large decaying steel works and lumbering industrial complexes, and even the old buildings tended to be covered in a layer of soot and grime. But the city had character, the Palais des Princes Eveques (the Prince-Bishops Palace) was nicely set out in the centre of the town, interesting museums and buildings were abundent, and the 373 steps up the Montagne de Bueren tempted us to view the city out over the cathedral. Liege also has a uniqueness about its culture, such as its love of the rebellious puppets Tchantchès and Nânesse. Lydia was an especial fan of the cute puppies of Liege.
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