Horenbecca Hotel Bistro & Wellness
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... by myself. The view was lovely but I felt a bit lonely and isolated without anyone to share it with, so I took a few snaps, and a video and came back down. We stumbled upon a pub that was gearing up for a local derby (soccer) and had a jazz band playing on the street. They were handing out little shot glasses of red wine, very atmospheric. Back on the bus to our next stop the Manekin Pis and the Grand Place. The Manekin Pis is a tiny statue of a naked little boy doing a ...
... to be analysed, but with his mothers suicide at the age of 13, and his struggles with his art, I think there is quite a lot beneath the surface. I do love his interplay with words and objects, and representations of objects. His picture of a pipe says: 'this is not a pipe'. Intriguing. He also took photos and movies of his beautiful wife, himself and friends messing around, wearing hats and masks.... Time for lunch in their cafe.
Next stop the Museum of ...
... Paul's talk about our trial - went well. We then went to a session about oxygen therapy, which was very interesting, and justified our next trial...
Started falling asleep mid-afternoon, so pulled the plug and went to meet up with Steve.
Went to the Delerium Cafe - I had a cherry beer and Steve had the Delerium Tremens. I hate to admit it but I think my beer last night was better... Down the same alley as Delerium, there was the ...
... to the area around the Palace. This is a lovely part of town, palace similar to Buckingham Palace in appearance. Had a wide open roadway in front of it and looked on to a large park that went through to another (smaller) palace that we think was home to either the president of Belgium or the EU as both flags were flying there and it is called the Palais de la Nation. Continued on down to cathedral, set on a slight rise. Another gothic building built over 13th ...
... was sure if the coming train would pass my station, so he adviced me to go back up and ask the info desk. I did so, yet when I just started asking the staff, the old man ran all the way up and asked me to follow him. He said I should board the train. I was kind of touched, since he said he waited for the train for an hour already, yet he still ran to catch me, risking his schedule.