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If Philippe Katerine and Céline Dion had had a son together, it would have been François Bijoux. A glittering UFO, came out of nowhere to land on the Liège music scene surrounded by doves and bodyguards. Your old feather has also participated with her big pregnant belly to her confinement clip : Blocked, available on Youtube.
The decorator is just finishing the layout of the magnificent 3 bedroom apartment (Chez Clarisses) and her very cosy little brother (Chez Michel, 1 bedroom apartment). Both have been designed with the desire to make you feel at home, and personally we really want to move in right away! And if you want to get an idea by a virtual tour, go to our Instagram!
A kit that brings together the cream of the cropfrome some of the best local producers: Millesime chocolate, Badjawe (our favorite beer), pasta from the Goffard sisters, Lidjeu soap, a spread from Les Binettes and local apple juice.
The cinema is reinventing itself and offers family movie nights under the plaid, at home! Just buy your seat like a real movie ticket and click on the link received on Friday night, once everyone is settled in their pyjamas on the couch or bed. A second link proposes activities for the children, related to the movie they have just seen.
Newly installed in Rocourt, this playground also has a toy store, where you can buy online and pick up on site.
You can also buy (and offer) subscriptions for children from 6 months to 6 years old, so that they can have fun in this great indoor playground or so that they can take part in musical awakening or psychomotricity workshops.
Cheese, Fruits, Vegetables, Waffles… everything you could wish for !
Did you know? It is the largest and oldest market in Belgium.
Every Sunday morning, the street la Batte next to the Meuse, turns into a pedestrian street. Very early in the morning the various merchants set up their market stalls. The early risers can already start to rummage trough the stalls from 8am. Until 2:30pm, you can buy fresh products at the market.
That’s for sure – there’s no lack of diversity ! Starting with vegetables and fruits continuing with cheese, meat and Belgian specialities such as waffles which are just waiting for you to try. You can even buy chickens.
Respecting the sanitary rules and with a interdiction to eat on the premises, the market remains open during the confinement.