Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
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We began today by going to the Royal Museum of Fine Art. While the Old Masters were what we were truly after, we opted to visit all three of the museums that were part of it. I'm glad we did. The surrealism of Rene Magritte was fascinating, and a set of work with which I was completely unfamiliar. The museum exhibits were very nicely laid out, with the right number of informational plaques set up to help out as you moved through the rooms. Even the elevator got fancy, as ...
... used up some free internet, and eventually had to pay. One girl flew alone, her flight was delayed. She was the only person we saw. It got to be 10:30 am. We finally went online, after paying more, and saw people posting on Facebook of our friends with Belgian waffles. We were angry, and tried calling/messaging everyone. Finally, our leader messaged us, saying they were leaving Brussels at 12:45. It was already 11:30, and we were still in the airport, ...
... at a hole-in-the-wall bistro popular with locals, and dined on some fabulous Flemish food. (We also resolved to cook the next two nights, because Euro prices in Western Europe are not friendly to our food budget. Fortunately, frites and waffles are cheap, so we knew we could always eat plenty of those.) No sense skimping on beer, though--it's a huge part of Belgium's culture, and we certainly wouldn't want to compromise our cultural ...
But since it falls unto my lot
That I should rise and you should not
I'll gently rise and I'll softly call
Good night and joy be with you all
The Parting Glass
I'll definitely try to catch up with writing about my trip to Amsterdam as soon as possible, as well as my time spent in Bruxelles over my last free weekend, but I thought that this would be easiest to write in a hurry as it’s still fresh in my mind.
... stopped to purchase a 4 euro umbrella (4 euro umbrellas are not wind proof as we were soon to discover) we made our way toward central station again and had a quick peak inside the Mary Magdelaine chapel before heading towards a building (much like QVB in Sydney) which was filled with lots of boutiques all beautifully decorated for Christmas.
We meandered back towards the central market place pushing through the crowds around the markets to take one ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsAdagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
Very modern apart hotel.
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