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Travel Blogs from Brussels
... on the way back...I tell you now hehe) Arriving in Belgium and getting a shuttle to our hotel was exciting too because we didn't know what to expect there either... Alas beautiful, 4 star success was greeting us ;) We met some friendly British festival veterans and a whole lot of other festival go-ers from lovers of music to lovers of the experience on our first night....but the best time was had when we met up with Chili ...
... Belgian musical history (including Brussels' importance in the making of recorders in the 18th and 19th centuries and as the home of instrument inventor Adolphe Saxin the 19th century), European musical traditions, and non-European instruments. Mechanical instruments are shown in the basement, ...
... gable that looked like the back end of a sailing ship belonged to the shipowners' guild. Even though the Grand Place is a large open space, it feels closed in and a bit claustrophobic (though that could be because of all the people milling around).
I ate lunch at Exki with Christian, Rolinka, Heidi and four or five others. I had a nice pasta salad and lemon water, but I was eyeing Heidi's yummy-looking quiche. Ventured out after that to find the HEMA ...
... took some photos and pushed on.
We found a quaint little tea house and decided on a cup of tea to clean any residual chocolate from the food plumbing in preparation for our next appointment with friends. At lunch, we met up with a former client of Ali's whom she has never met face to face. He and his partner drove from Luxembourg to meet us and (as former locals of Belgium) show us the sights.
It was great to meet ...
... it wouldn't be my first choice. Lots of adjustments would have to be made before I made the big move. There is much more walking (and I understand why after seeing their roads) which I would need to get used to. Also, I feel I would need to know the native languages in order to successfully live in Brussels. English got us around town but as a resident it would definitely be crucial to have fluency in both French and Dutch since one is used as frequently as the other.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking