A Taste Of Belgium! B&B
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TripAdvisor Reviews A Taste Of Belgium! B&B Schaarbeek
Travel Blogs from Schaarbeek
... to see was fantastic and very helpful for us to find somewhere for dinner tonight, I'm sure our sight seeing tomorrow will be a lot easier as well. Our hotel here is really great and in a wonderful location, we have the Rijksmuseum at one end of the st and the Van Gogh Museum at the other. Joyce & Eric took as out for a drink after we dropped our bags off where they introduced us to bitterbolla. Mmm so yummy! ...
... to others. A co-worker's daughter was at the station for many hours trying to get to Bruges.) Antwerp was busier than I expected and had a ton of shopping. The train station was actually very impressive. It's a beautiful building and the main square was cute. There is a ruin of a castle that we wanted to show the kids. I told them they were going to see their very first castle to which Isla replied, "Aunt Jenn, that's not true. We ate lunch ...
... that makes it seem even more mesmerizing.
After playing two sets, the Hot Club left the stage, but was urged back for an encore, and then – due to the mad stamping of feet and incessant applause – was lured out for a second. I could have stayed and listened to them all night, but, alas, all good things must come to an end, and I slowly made my way home to the depths of Schaerbeek, humming Django's Minor Swing and Dark Eyes long into the night.
... and work on the bikes...very upmarket and high tech. In the back paddock are the smaller privateer teams with 1 - 2 riders and often little support. This is where we met Micheal Phillips this morning. The track itself is pretty cool without any huge jumps. Practice and qualifying today has been really fun and we have seen truly great riding...Antonio Carelli, Clement Desalles, Jeffrey Herling and many ...
... with alarming frequency) and we headed ashore with Dodger in search of a few more old things. Unfortunately, the rains had overwhelmed the town's drainage system and the smell overwhelmed us. We'd be walking in the other direction.
In retrospect, following a massive rainstorm is probably not the best time to explore the mostly unpaved grounds of Mon Repos Park, birthplace of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh but ...