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Bed and Breakfast. Excellent staff, accommodation, service and hospitality! Room was spacious and clean, breakfast was rich and fresh, service was impeccable! Even though we visited the hotel Free Wifi. Free parking.
Kuur En Wellnesscentrum Yolande Buekers. Before you enter the spa you get an explanation of the different saunas, where to start and how to proceed so that's nice. Various types of Saunas, jacuzzis.
We went in summer so it was nice to De Bonderbei. Huize Extree. Hoeve Lavigne. Inn Weber.
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Vous Le Vous. My room was simply fantastic, tastefully decorated and well designed.
You can park your car closed to the hotel entry. De Ploeg. A customer inside pointed her finger to Taking safety measures. The Century. Park Inn By Radisson Hasselt. Radisson Blu Hotel, Hasselt. Belrom Hotel. Close to Sint Truiden town centre Holiday Inn Express Hasselt. France drew parity in the 16th minute, riding on a fine field goal from Baumgarten, who beat Victor Aly in the German goal with a fierce shot from top of the circle. Therafter, Germany earned two penalty corners but France defence stood tall like a rock to go into the breather locked at The match livened up after the change of ends as France surged ahead against the run of play when Baumgarten converted his side's first penalty corner to stun the Germans.
Germany soon earned a penalty corner but wasted the opportunity. The Germans, however, drew level four minutes later when an opportunist Wellen scored from a goal-mouth melee.
France pressed hard and secured another penalty corner in the 45th minute but this time Hogo Genestet flicked wide off the target. The Germans showed their ruthless character after the change of ends and dominated the lion's share of possession. Germany took the lead two minutes later when an unmarked Wellen took full advantage of another defensive error to slot home the ball and score his third goal of the day. Shocked by France's game in the opening period, Germany came out as a more determined outfit in the second half with menacing forays into the rival citadel.
The Germans took the game away from France in 60th minute when Jonas Gomoll scored a field goal from close range to increase their lead to France, however, did not give up and earned their third penalty corner just eight minutes from the hooter but failed to execute the chance.
Germany extended their lead in just two minutes from the hooter through a field effort from Ruhr, who emerged as the top-scorer in the tournament with nine goals. Meanwhile, last edition's silver medalist Netherlands spanked Malaysia to bag the bronze medal. Australia secured the fifth position by beating Belgium in the penalty shoot-out after both the teams were locked at at the end of regulation time. While Belgium took the sixth spot, New Zealand finished seventh following its win over Korea in the seventh-eighth play-off match.