La Casa BXL
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Our place is beautiful but noisy. Our host lives upstairs with her family and her kid woke us up a couple times by running around upstairs and calling for his mom. We showered and got ready then headed for Parc de Cinquantenaire, fairly close to our B & B. The Parc is known for the triple arches built to commemorate Belgiums 50th anniversary of independence. We admired the arches and water fountain in the Parc. On the other side ...
allowed to proceed with little regard to the aesthetics of newer
buildings, and many architectural gems were demolished to make way for
newer buildings that ...
... Brussels. We toured a hospital museum which is in a 800 year old building which contained objects and artworks left behind by the nuns and monks. Then we visited a church with contained very impressive wood carvings and painting. The most famous is Michelangelo's world famous Madonna and Child. Adam learned that Michelangelo is someone other than a Ninja Turtle!
Bruges is known for their chocolate art work. Displays ...
... have to wait long.
It only took about an hour to get to Bruges, and it was a fairly easy ride. There were a lot of students on the train, so that was annoying, but I survived. I got into Bruges and found the tourist information center. I grabbed a map of the city and saw that they pointed out the top 10 things to see in Bruges, so that made my itinerary for the day pretty easy. It is a really nice little town. Very picturesque.
... Best Beer in the World," and justifiably so) and Nocturnum, I think it's safe to say that we were all eager to wet our proverbial whistles (or livers. How does that saying go again?) at this particular spot.
It's a good thing Jaclyn enjoyed the beer, because after our drinks it was off to the Belgian Comic Strip Center, a museum dedicated to...well, you know. I wasn't sure what to expect from the place, but it was an impressive exhibit for both fans ...