Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
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After lunch, we headed into the center of the city, walking down Rue de l'Etuve, passing the Tintin mural on Brussels' Comic Book Route (a series of murals celebrating the country's most famous four-color exports) and stopping for a moment at Mannekin Pis, the most inexplicably popular attraction in town. Exactly what it sounds like, the small, elevated statue depicts a young boy peeing.
Next, we walked to the Grand Place, ...
... or sugar to their beer. They also allow for natural fermentation with yeast in the air, which gives it a really sour taste compared to the typical sweet beers. Another interesting fact was that in Belgium, there is no law that protects copyrights on beers so many beers can have the same name but taste utterly different.
Afterwards, we had free time so the small group of us from ICN headed to the center to indulge in Belgian waffles, ...
... his birthday, Brussels holds a Djangofollies festival, whereby different venues host different jazz bands over a space of about a week and a half. If there's one thing that I’m a fan of, it’s hot jazz/gypsy jazz, so I’ve basically been excited about this since I found out about it back in the summer.
I chose to go to two performances, chosen largely at random judging on how they fit into my calendar. The first was on opening ...
... tapped me on the shoulder and invited us to lunch, very salubrious afternoon. He did ask did we buy anything from the flea market, - was he serious? lol we parted after lots of giggles....
Visited an Instrument museum, (views of city to die for up top in restaurant). I am falling in l love..
Home after a stop off to taste the local wares, ` BEER, (cafe') and dinner with host parents and family, (food was amazing, and ...
... it!From here i could get the tube direct to the European Parliament where there was a new museum. It was quite far out of the city really and imagined how all the UK MPs would be taking the same journey as me to get there. It was really huge (as I'm realising most things in Brussels are) and there didnt seem to be a main entrance as such that you would take a picture of. More like a cluster of buildings which made up the European district. They were on Christmas recess when ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
Very modern apart hotel.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.