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Private New Zealand Battlefield Tour in Flanders from Bruges
"Your guide will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Bruges at 9am. You will then head towards Messines where you will stand near the Memorial to the New Zealand Corps on the slope of the little town. You will go to the Visitor Center on Mess under the church of Messines where Hitler was during his service in WW1. Near the church is a memorial to Samuel Frickelton who won the Victoria Cross during the battle after taking 2 machine gun positions. From there we are driving towards one of the 19 mine craters the ""Pool Of Peace"" crater.Time for lunch an omelet a sandwich or soup with a drink are included in the tour.You will now going to Nine Elms Cemetery near Poperinge the place where David Gallaher is buried
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Private Vimy and Belgium Canadian Battlefield Tour from Bruges
"We will leave your accommodation in Bruges at 9am driving towards Vimy to visit the Grange subways and tunnels where the Canadian Divisions stood just before the assault in April 1917. You will march in the trenches in the footsteps of these heroes. I visiting Tyne Cot Military Cemetery and Memorial the largest CWGC's cemetery in Europe. The walls are bearing 35 000 names of soldiers who have no known grave the cemetery contains 12 000 graves 8 400 are unknown. From there we drive to Passendale Crest Farm Memorial the Brooding Soldier in Sint Juliaan where the German's used for the first time gas. from there going to Langemark to see the ""Studenten Friedhof"" the resting place of more than 44 000 German soldiers.Before arriving in Ypres you will stand at Esse
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Guided Boat Trip in Ghent
"This is a boat trip in the historical heart of Ghent. It is an informative boat trip along the River Leie which takes you through the city of Ghent to let you discover the period of the Middle Ages. See the silent witnesses of the prestigious and gloriou the big old meat-market as well as the rugged and steep walls of the Castle of Counts. Admire the only traditional remaining wooden house front.There are open and covered boats available and there will be guided commentary so you can enjoy the views whil"""Enjoy a 40 minute guided boat trip in the historical heart of Ghent with live explanations. Departure is from one of the most beautiful spots in the city the Graslei which is the medieval port in the centre of Ghent. There are open and covered boats at your disposal."title=Highlights&1=40-minute+boat+cruise+along+the+River+Leie+in+Ghent&2=Travel+by+open+or+covered+boat+and+see+the+sights+from+the+water&3=Admire+the+Graslei%2C+the+Castle+of+Counts+and+the+Groot+Vleeshuis&4=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+da""
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More Things to Do in Namur

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Other Things To Do At The Citadel

Not only is Namur's Citadel fascinating as a military stronghold there's a host of other interesting bits and bobs scattered around within its walls.Main Pic: Following the partial demilitarisation in...
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An Absolute Must Do - The Citadel

Towering over the city is massive hulk of the Citadel de Namur, 2000 years of successive fortification and refortification which have dominated the city's history. Archaeologists have traced human...
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Halle Al'Chair

Unfortunately I didn't have time to go inside but the Halle Al'Chair certainly looks interesting. This is the former meat and fish market, built between 1588 and 1590 and is one of the city's oldest...
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Ideal For An Afternoon Beer!

Even if you don't take any of the guided tours of the Citadel it is still a fascinating, and educational, site just to wander. There's plenty of informative signage and the views constantly change as...
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Monument to the Heroes of the Province

Belgium was literally on the front line at the start of both World Wars and throughout World War I was the front for much of its duration. The provinces of Namur, along with that of Liege, saw bitter...
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Where The Table Had My Name On It

I was going to write Le Ratin-Tot up as "Nightlife" tip, despite having only dropped in for a couple of afternoon beers, but it seems it doesn't actually advertise as being open after 19.00, or maybe...
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Cathedrale Saint Aubain

This version of Namur's cathedral was quite a late arrival on the scene, having been built between 1751 and 1771 and consecrated the following year. It replaced an earlier cathedral, also dedicated to...
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Eglise Saint Loup

This fine piece of Pays Bas Baroque architecture in the old city centre is particularly interesting for the fact that it was originally built as the chapel for the Jesuit college here in Namur, the...
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Not Quite The London Eye

For all the fun of the fair Namur hosts an annual festival in May dedicated to "travelling arts" with visiting clowns, acrobats, tightrope walkers and the like. The centrepiece is La Grande Roue, a 30...
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Eglise Saint Jean Baptiste

This church caught my eye for the simple reason it was next door to the bar who's terrace table had my name on it when it got to beer o'clock.This is this city's oldest church, dating from the 13th...
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Wandering The Back Streets

Although the old city is quite compact there's a very distinct sort of sub-quartier as you head towards the river. Between Rue de l'Ange and Place St Aubain, below Rue St Jaques, there's a mini-maze...
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For A Riverside Stroll

The river which loops south of the old town of Namur is La Sambre, the name appropriately having been derived from the Gaulish "samara" which means "tranquil". This made for a pleasant stroll as I got...
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A Pleasant Little Park

I came across this little park, "Parc Louise Marie", during my random wandering bit when I first visited Namur as a stop-off between Liege and Mons. Although all I did was have a walk through it on my...
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Citadel

Biggest I've seen in Europe even when compared to Budapest, Salzburg, Graz.We were there with grandparents, who found it a bit of a struggle to walk all the way up with the pram in tow. Consequently,...
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Rue du Premier Lanciers 10, Namur, Namur, 5000, Belgium
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Avenue de l'Ermitage, 1, Namur, Namur, 5000, Belgium
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1455, Chaussee de Dinant, Wepion, Namur, Namur, 5100, Belgium
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Place de la Station 14, Namur, Namur, 5000, Belgium
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Chaussee de Liege 1178, Namur, Namur, B-5101, Belgium
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Avenue Baron de Moreau 1, Namur, Namur, B-5000, Belgium
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"A city to get to know better..."
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"A Bourgeois Town"
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"Namur,"
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"NAMUR"
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"So Interesting That I Went Back For Seconds"
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