Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
Very modern apart hotel.
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... the little area and end up next to the Mannekin Pis again, only now that it is not raining, he is wearing a different little outfit. Grab a quick waffle, a plain Leige-waffle, like a true Belgian, and wander around aimlessly through the little alleyways crawling with people on the hunt for Belgian chocolates. At this point I have to head back to the hotel and pick my stuff up before making my way to the train station. I had taken ...
... very happy with the information provided and its presentation. Certainly I saw nothing cringe-worthy and would recommend the tower to anyone visiting the city. There’s a view of Brussels from the top, though unfortunately there are several office buildings that block one’s view of the main market square, rendering the spire of the town hall invisible.
Stopping for an apple beignet at a small street carnival (good, but Tata’s ...
... m excited to learn how to swim. ;)
In the past week I've played the roles of Miss Ali, a frog running from an imaginary dragon, a financial advisor and tear wiper when they couldn't spend money on both a stuffed animal AND candy. I'm getting lots of experience with distracting kids from tears.
Some days are a whirlwind but the kids make it all worthwhile. There's a new girl from the states who's been by my side all week. She's the ...
... we stored our suitcases (4 Euros) in the baggage storage area and determining that Antwerp had several trains per hour going to our next destination (Valvoode) and on to Brussels, we headed out to a couple of spots in Antwerp.
If yesterday was about Rembrandt, then today was about Rubens. We first walked to Rubens House. Rubens was a Flemish Baroque painter who lived from the late 1570s until 1640. He was an ...
... to get off the coach so we took the opportunity to go and have some breakfast and watch the white cliffs fade into the distance.
It was only about one and a half hours before we reached the wharf at Calais and we were on our way again. We didn't stay in France long, driving straight through to Brugge in Belgium. We walked over to the old town and were shown the significant features. There were lots of tourist ...