Since 2010, many guests from all over the globe went into the former battlefields with Bob.
We have some reactions for you:
– “This is it! This is why we came all the way from the States!
– “We have seen many sites and photos before in all those years, but Bob showed us sites and photos we have never seen or known before.”
– “We wanted a flexible tourguide who comes form the area where we were staying. B&B Bo Temps is an excellent starting point. Bob knows so many unknown stories and he took all the time during the tours.”
– “Bob, you are the best!”
– “Bob takes you to places that you can’t find and you never thought of.”
– “The detailed and personal stories, his detailed knowledge, the environment.. It was great!”
– “Booked the next tour!”
– “We stood there, where my father stood. Bone chilling!”
– “I thought you wouldn’t see that much traces of the war. But Bob took us to places were there are still foxholes! I guess we saw 40 of them on one spot.”
– “I can tell that I am a tough guy. But the stories Bob told us in Trou de Loup were overwhelming.”
– “My wife came back very enthousiastic after a whole day of battle stories. Nailed it, Bob!”
– “And after the tour a Belgian beer and loads of books at the B&B. Awesome…”
– “So this Dutch guy told us all these unknown stories to us.. a Flemish group!
– “I have read quite some books about the battle of the bulge. But standing in the ankledeep mud, listening to all these incredible stories of veterans… It is so very special.
– ” I can recommend this to everyone, especially those who don’t know much about the battle of the Ardennes.”
– ” I had the opportunity to meet some veterans who were visiting the area and were on tour with Bob and other people. I was a lucky son of a gun!”
– ” The tour we took lasted three hours. So, the next day I took the 6 hours tour with my friend.”
– ” Just one word: EXCITING”
– “All these personal stories from the men who fought so hard… It was indeed a unique experience.”
– “Standing the foxholes just outside of Foy in the snow with the stories was so exciting.”
– “It was heartbreaking to stand at the grave of a man who died in the Ardennes. We visited the batte terrain the day before and a day later were standing at Ardennes Cemetery. All these young men…”
We had people on tour from the following countries: Belgium, Netherlands, America, England, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Scotland, Ireland, Finland, Canada, France, Spain, New Zealand, Australia, India, Poland and Austria!