Heart Of Brussels B&B
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... a medieval square dressed in baroque style. These included Hotel de Ville (Town Hall) which is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture and the Maison du Roi (House of Kings) which was originally the covered bread market. It now houses the City Museum. The second floor of the Museum houses the wardrobe of Manneken-Pis. Manneken-Pis is a legendary Brussels figure. The legend surrounding him is that a rich man lost his only son in a crowd during a popular festival. After five days ...
... to see but not really worth the 11 Euro it cost to go up to the top (in my opinion). Nonetheless...big balls!
Later on in the evening I went back to the Grand Place to take in the Brussels Jazz Marathon. Great listening to the live music with thousands of other people! I have been pretty fortunate to have been in the city for some cool events.
Lots of walking today….time for a ...
... the sites. I would undoubtedly go back to Bruges though; it's a beautiful old city that deserves a visit!
Saturday I am leaving for the first half of our Spring Break here at UCD. I am travelling with three other exchangers to Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and Bratislava. If you have an advice or sites to see in any of those places send it my way! (: We'll be racing back for St. Patty's day (what what)!
Take care and love always,
... ll be a question of when will by ankle roll next? Overall a great city to visit, only let down was a passer-by muttering ‘ching chong’ as they walked past us which we didn’t appreciate, but we didn’t really let that get us down.
That evening, we hopped back on the train and arrived in Brussels. Now this is a very cool city. Much more modern than Brugge. It is of course known for the waffles, chocolates and beer, ...
... it but there are throngs of tourists wrapped up in their winter clothes and crowding the streets. It is the St. Nicholas holiday and lots of people of come to Brussels to go to the Christmas markets and enjoy the Christmas festival. The epicenter of Brussels' tourist area is the Grande Place . The Grande Place is a central ...