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    • Kristina1701's Profile Photo

      Restaurants for NYE

      Liège Dec 29, 2016 at 6:10 AM

      Hello,
      Can anyone recommend any nice restaurants and/or bars for NYE? Doesn't have to be anything super fancy. We are in our early 30s.

      Merci bien,
      Kristina

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      Brugge, Ghent or Brussels?

      Belgium Jan 12, 2017 at 5:01 PM

      We will be visiting Amsterdam Nov 25 till Dec 3. That is 8 nights. I think 4 nights in Amsterdam will do and thinking of doing the other 4 in Belgium since it's easy to get to by train. Am interested in Brugge. But perhaps just 2 nights there? Any other place in Belgium? Ghent or Brussels?

      Would they all be too similar (canals and more canals)? Really need your input..

      Tq, Mel

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      How to get there?

      Brugge Yesterday

      Is this a one day trip. I mean, can I take a round trip from Brussels or I have to book hotel in Brugge? how much a local train ticket cost and what's the travel time?
      I am on a budget. thank you.

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    • Castle Mesen can be saved

      by Packard8 Online Now Sep 28, 2005 at 5:15 PM

      Hi I am interested in finding out more about Castle Mesen and the possibilitiy and probability of saving all or part of the structure. I think part of the impediment to restoration is the idea that the building can be feasibly repaired structurally. I think this would be impossible and unnessesary. I am a commercial contractor who builds mainly office buildings, and we build this way: My proposal would be to save the edifices of the castle while building an interior steel and concrete platform, seperate from the structure and using the brick outer walls as veneer only. The whole insides would have to be gutted, but saving all or most of the ornate or distinctive trim and cataloging it's position could be helpful. I would see the building as a mixed-use, office condo's on the upper wings and a small mall at the center lower level and wings. It would be an attraction for the entire villiage. It would simply be built as we build all our multi-story office buildings, with poured concrete floors and steel framing and roof, the only difference would be the historic veneer would remain intact. Anyone who can shed more light on this, please email me at Peerlessfan@hotmail.com. I would love a floorplan.

      1 Answer Sep 28, 2005 at 10:45 PM