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Boat/Barge: La Belle Fleur • REMOVE • About La Belle Fleur
Tour Lorena by Gloria M. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The adventure of biking through beautiful Luxembourg, Germany, and France. One can view scenry in a different manner compared to driving a car or viewing as a passenger. Biked thru small villages, metro cities, and rural countries.
The delicious gourmet dinners at the end of each trip will always be treasured.
The route instructions need a lot of improvement. It should not take 6 hours to bike 22 miles!
Boat: La Belle Fleur
Countries: França, Alemanha, Luxemburgo
Tour Lorena by Prosper B. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The scenery, the fellow riders the entire experience was so rewarding. The boat however left a lot to be desired. The dining room windows were small and you felt confined. The food was below what i’ve experienced on my 6 other tripsite bike/barge tours.
Tour Lorena by Sheila S. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Most Memorable Part: How Saunder, Els, and Rola were all so committed to making sure we had a great trip with terrific cycling, fantastic food, and comfortable accommodations.
Bavaria Tour by Tim O. 3 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Great riding, fantastic service on board. Unfortunately we hit a heat wave so nights were very warm. The GPS route on my phone was crucial to getting through.
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by Eileen E. 4 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The most memorable part of our trip was the Keukenhof. Would recommend packing clothes to layer, gloves, and rain gear.
Tour Lorena by Carol E. 11 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
We had a wonderful time on our trip from Bruges to Amsterdam, everyone was so friendly and helpful...we have booked another trip next Sept.
Bavaria Tour by Jim W. 11 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Awesome experience. Our guide was okay, but not great - and that did not take away from the beautiful scenery and meeting new friends.
Tour Lorena by Brenda H. 1 year ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Most Memorable Part? Staff on boat, people traveling and the scenery.
Tour Lorena by Stuart A. 1 year ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Enjoyed the staff, the group we met and the overall tour. I got to visit a part of France I might never have seen. Really enjoyed the champagne bottling winery the last day.
Bavaria Tour by Teresa H. 1 year ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Loved the whole experience! The scenery was beautiful and we got to experience the country in a way you could not with a car or by train. We quickly bonded with the other people and became friends!
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by Christiane and Pascale D. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The kindness and attention of Sanders and Als, owners of the barge, the delicious and beautifully presented meals, the bike tours so different every day, the size of the boat allowing super relations with the others, Rola the so friendly and helpful guide and to top it all, 5 days of perfect sunny hot weather....ordered by Tripsite, no doubt!!
Tour Lorena by Elizabeth C. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Bruges a Amsterdã by Francine G. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Most Memorable Part: The people and the beer!!
Countries: Bélgica, Holanda
Tour Lorena by Anieta W. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The boat and the bikes were good, the food was good and sufficient, the crew was friendly and helpful. The scenery was not always beautiful, part of the tour leads through industrial area.
Tour Lorena by Joanne F. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
We truly enjoyed this trip, with beautiful flowers in every town and swans everywhere. One night, we had a bevy of swans peaking in at us as we ate dinner!. The bikes are great, with comfortable seats and smooth gearing. The dinners were always a delicious surprise. Sanders and Els were wonderful hosts, and our guide, Seitze, was extremely knowledgeable about the history of the Mosel area, including Roman aqueducts, medieval castles, World War II sites, and, of course, the history of the EU. Nancy was my favorite big city but we also had a night time walking tour of a little town overlooking the Mosel, called Liverdun...where delicious Madelines come from! Very cute town. We went in early September and the cabins were a bit warm even at night. You can open windows, but it could be uncomfortable in the summer. Biking was mostly flat so not difficult but I definitely got some exercise. Another favorite: stopping for coffee and pastry each morning!
Bavaria Tour by David C. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The most memorable part was the friendliness of the other guests.
Tulip Tour - Bruges to Amsterdam - 8 day by Karen H. 2 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The guide and crew were amazing. Great home cooked meals with personal atmosphere.
Countries: Holanda, Bélgica
Tour Lorena by Barbara T. 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
This trip was most enjoyable and the cities and scenery were gorgeous.
Tour Lorena by Deborah C. 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
This was a very nice trip. Scenery, bike routes, side trips were all very good. We had a terrific guide who interacted well with the group. The barge was very nice and the owners/crew were exceptional. The dinners could not have been better - Els is an amazing cook.
Tour Lorena by Susan W. 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Meals were basic, but tasty and filling. Els did a nice job of accommodating my dietary restrictions. Ample cooler filtered water was available on the boat - remember your water bottle. Lunches were packed in zip lock baggies. Bring your own insulated lunch bag / Tupperware to keep your lunch fresher.
GIANT bike were like new and well maintained. I was disappointed we could not use the bikes during the city stops that were part of the day trips or after dinner when we returned to the barge. Even though the bikes have locks, Sander and Els don't allow this to minimize theft risk. Besides my husband and I, all participants were in there mid-60s to Read more… mid-70s and didn't seem to mind.
Our guide, Weiger, did an outstanding job of leading our daily tour as well as guiding us through the cities we were docked in at night. He managed the multiple languages within our group with ease. The participants on our trip were German , Spanish , Austrailian  and American [2-us]. By the end of the week, our group had bonded even though our shared vocabulary was easily less than 50 words!
The countryside between Thionville and Wasserbillig was very beautiful and what I had envisioned - river and hills covered with vinyards. The other days were nice paved bike trail with the river on one side and trees on the other. I could have taken a picture and convinced friends that I was still in the US Midwest. I guess that is why there are so many French and Germans in Wisconsin and Iowa! I think I would have preferred more time off of the trail and in the countryside, but perhaps if we did do that, the car traffic would cause me to have a different opinion. Certainly the cities we stopped in were old and had a quaint European feel.
Tour Lorena by C. Whytehead 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
A good combination of biking and seeing the sites along the way. Plenty of time in the cities (Nancy, Metz) to wander around. This trip was not about putting on the miles every day on the bike but a good balance of biking and site seeing. Easy biking along canal paths mostly. Our guide got turned around a couple of times getting out of the cities. Els and Sander were great hosts on the barge. Very friendly. Els cooked me a birthday dessert one day that we enjoyed with our group after a day of biking. It was very hot in July and the air movement in the rooms was limited. A small fan would have been very much appreciated. As it was we slept with our door open (as did the others) just to get more air circulation. The barge is in very good condition. The bikes were brand new this season. They are owned by Els and Sander and not leased through a secondary company so they were in good working order.
Tour Lorena by S. Midha 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Beautiful way to travel from Luxembourg to France. Bike quality was very Good. Our Bike Guide Arie was very knowledgeable. Every evening we had Four course Gourmet Dinner. Sander and Els were the best Host and Owner of the Barge.
Tour Lorena by Sunita 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
I really enjoyed my first Barge and Bike Tour(June11th to June 17th)Sanders and Els were very Good. I would like to give them 10 out of 10 for their Hospitality. Our Bike Guide Arie was Great.
Tour Lorena by J. Probst 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by L. Bendz 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
This was my second bike and barge trip on the La Belle Fleur for the tulip tour and it was fantastic. We had an excellent guide, Koehn, who selected lovely routes thru rural settings and we saw amazing fields in bloom, the national park leading to the North Sea and the Amsterdam Forest on return. The barge sparkled and Sanders and Els were very warm and welcoming. Our room was very comfortable. The new bikes had very comfortable seats and were lighter & BETTER for riding the 13 to 23 miles/ day distances. Unfortunately we hit a week of rainy inclement weather so we wore every warm layer we had plus scarves and rain gear. Our fellow travelers from Canada and Brazil were very good sports. I can't wait to try the France river trip on the Mosel River next time!! Thank you for making this trip of memories possible!!
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by K. Vandermeer 3 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The trip was awesome... Even tho it rained EVERYDAY...had a great time. The guide was great and he was able to adjust route to accommodate group. The scenery was incredible and enjoyed every day . The bikes were perfect with 8 gears to meet the needs of trip...
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by P. Shackleton 4 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Absolutely fabulous people(both tour guide & barge owners), amazing routes and clean accommodating facilities. The food was plentiful and some of it quite good. Some meals were a bit thin and breakfast & lunch too much the same stuff. However, for the cost of this trip it was very satisfactory; I have recommended the Fleur d Bell and thank all organizers for a smooth and memorable trip!
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by L. Vandermeer 4 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The boat crew were both very nice, friendly and helpful. The bike guide was wonderful - such a great guy, wonderful sense of humour, very kind and considerate. He was also very knowledgeable about the places we went. The bikes were excellent. The routes we took were wonderful - made very good use of the great Dutch biking infrastructure, and we went through a very interesting mix of countryside, villages, pretty urban neighbourhoods, etc.
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by L. Epstein 4 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
More hot breakfast food. The route was semi-urban and suburban and that could have been made clearer beforehand. I liked doing one or more interesting stops each day. Keukenhof day was terrific, including cycling by tulip and hyacinth fields.
Tour das Tulipas - 5 Dias by L. Daugherty 4 years ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
My trip was wonderful. Sander and Els were incredible hosts and Arie was a fantastic guide. The information from Tripsite was spot on and very helpful. The only glitch I had was that the Tram stop for the boat was not correct but we found the barge without too much difficulty. I would definitely recommend this trip.
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