Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
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Very modern apart hotel.
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... night, book a ferry back to the UK for tomorrow and spend today exploring. In the area we are in is the remains of part of the 'Atlantic Wall' that was built in world war 2. We opted to get on our bikes as we had quite an area to cover. we first rode into town, got some information and then rode the coastal road looking for remains of the wall. Not knowing what we was actually looking for we passed several concrete bunkers that we could only assume was part of the wall and arrived at ...
... grown from a 10th-century fortress town founded by a descendant of Charlemagne to a sizeable city.
The city has ...
Today began over twenty four hours ago when we left Houston. Neither Hugo nor I managed to sleep more than an hour on the plane. He crashed when we got to the hotel but managed to rally for mussels. He rallied again the next morning for a waffle. He's all about ...
... me convert to Catholicism! Ha! Ha!
While we were in the gift shop looking at the medals, etc. Becky and Peter came in. They had been touring the church’s treasury. They had also toured the Royal Palace Gardens before coming to the church. They headed out to find a WC and we went to the treasury. Mike wanted to see it because it not only has gold and silver and lots of ancient church garments but it has the reliquaries with pieces of several saints. We wandered ...
... to how scholars believe it looked when he lived there based on his own paintings in which he showed his home. The house was phenomenal, a sprawling mansion with room after room of precious art--some of it Rubens' own paintings, much of it the work of his many Belgian artist friends. Dennis has always loved Rubens, so this was a special treat for him. We wandered through Antwerp's many squares, then ordered a couple of beers and snacks from ...