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Chateau Ambience, Belgium - July 2015

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First stop on a July trip with Darbians to Euroland, we explored this Chateau?, I have no idea why its called Chateau Ambience, its a hotel, and looked to have closed reasonably recently. Anyway, the reason for the visit was a lovely staircase, but it had been dismantled before we arrived, so a few quick shots.

Just outside these doors was a lovely blue swimming pool, it was such a hot day, in the high 30's it was very tempting to go for a dip, until we realised the neighbours still loved there!

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Old Fish tank, but no fish :(

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Quick external before heading off to a couple fails and a evening hotel

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Thanks for looking

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