Horenbecca Hotel Bistro & Wellness
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... activity, then a drink and snack in an African restaurant in the Patershol district. It's a fascinating town, Gent, with its share of lovely squares, churches and other buildings. They have banned cars from the centre of town, and have trams getting people around. It's more business like than Brugge, and probably not as picture postcard looking as the latter. Still enjoyable to visit! We head back to our leafy hotel as the evening cools ...
... with a Maes Pils, but decline dessert – why pay almost 7€ for a waffle in the city of 1€ waffle stores? We walk off our food, continuing beyond Grand-Place, and have a mooch at the Easter displays in the designer chocolate shops of Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert. We head back towards Mannekin Pis, and queue up to select our waffle of choice from one of the many 1€ waffle stores
**Useful Tip No 3** 1€ will get you ...
... is valid for 1 hour so we were ok and found the correct train.
One we were in Louise Place we could not see the stop for the bus, and asked. Fortunately a bus came in and identified itself, so we got on it t do most of the circuit before getting off at the palace. It was full upstairs (we brought our plastic ponchos prepared) so we had to go inside. There was nothing special about the rest of the trip round ...
... from the mish mash of other cultures). We ate a falafel pita pocket sitting in the Grand Place underneath the impressive old town hall, and waffles (one the traditional way with icing sugar and the other covered in chocolate and strawberries) at Mokkafe in the posh and expensive shopping arcade of Galleries St Hubert. We were tempted by the moules and frittes along the bustling Rue de Bouchers outside, but opted instead to get away from the huge crowds, and had lunch at stand up ...
... sobering experience, so much death so close to the end of the war.
Our next stop is the town of Maastricht where we board the MS Inspire, about to cruise the return leg of her maiden voyage (Amsterdam-Brussels-Amsterdam). We are welcomed aboard with champagne and freshly shucked oysters. The Inspire is one of the new 'long boats', 65 feet longer than the conventional river cruise boat, and she is gorgeous. The facilities are the latest and ...