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Travel Blogs from Brussels
For me, the vastly under-rated Brussels was a combination of heightened awareness and undirected wanderlust. I attribute this state to its brilliant beer, surrealist art and irregular street angles. With few set plans, I arrived barely equipped with my Brussels i-phone app and an appetite for fries, beer and chocolate. The app's GPS map feature …
- Got in and asked a Belgian lady for directions, she starting talking in another language really quickly and cam started laughing in her face then we all started ******* ourselves - Checked in at Meininger Hotel. Really cool place with great facilities and rooms were amazing. ...
... Gothic choir stalls from 1430. The pulpit in the style of Louis XVI, organ is from the 1700's, murals from the end of the 13th century until 1576, Flemish paintings (14th - 17th century), tapestries from the 18th century, etc.
3) More purchases of interesting Belgium beer *details in a future blog
... 8217;s. We even saw the
location of the first Hospital of St
John, which was the start of this world-wide medical organization. Even the old grain (Korenhuis) stores and
gallows (Galgenhuise) buildings stood within the city environs. Ghent was spectacular and worthy of more than
a short visit. Bruges was more preserved
and historically interesting, including an old Apothecary (Apotheek) still run
by a Pharmacist who proudly displays his ...
... Brussels and taken to our rooms at the Marriott - very nice indeed. We had time to freshen up (and do our laundry and hang out to dry in the bathroom) before meeting in the lobby and taken on a walking tour of the old part of Brussels. This was followed by a lovely dinner in a local restaurant where we got to know our fellow travellers a little better.
Wow - woke up in England, travelled through France, sleep in ...