Maison Bliss Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lunch which would be perfect for school children. No need to pay for the museum admission. Enjoy lunch or Sunday brunch, it is a popular place with the locals.
After lunch at the music museum I headed to the town hall of Brussels to look around.This place is the main focal point within the Grand ...
... wish we knew that place’s real name) to Bruges. Now there is a seriously beautiful town. The history is incredible, the architecture amazing, and the canals beautiful. Spent a few hours wandering around here.
We then set off for Brussels, the capital of Belgium and the European Union (EU). Well we settled into our first campsite just outside Brussels called Grimsbergen (and grim it was …). Probably the worst ...
... extensive canal networks. Sadly we only had time to visit one, so as Ghent was closer, it was off to see The Sacred Lamb. On arriving at Ghent we parked at the church of St Peter, so we decided to look inside. Some of the most beautiful, and certainly amongst the oldest, artwork we had seen on our travels to date: Flemish artists, all dated between 1600 to 1650.
We meandered our way through to the old town which was celebrating its final day of the Summer Festival...which ...
... homes I had imagined. There were many boutiques and cafes. I toured the Van Gogh museum on Friday. I did the Picasso museum last year and find that I prefer art museums dedicated to one artist. It's interested to see their progression. Also, the size of the museums allow you enough time to take in other sights. So, what do you think about the ear pencil sharpener sold in the gift shop: funny or in poor taste? On Saturday morning I went to ...
Brussels. Where do I start?! Having made the stupid mistake of walking from the train station in the blistering heat and arriving at my hostel drenched in sweat, I questioned how I would ever make friends. I honestly had no need to worry. After finding my dorm was empty, I head down to the bar to get a drink and meet people. I ended up becoming part of group full of Americans, Australians and the odd European. I couldn't have caked for ...