De Drie Koningen
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... reportedly made in the shape of a monk depicting the life of, starting as a baby then on to an aged monk. This was first seen in Japan but the monk that made it was Russian. The real name is Matryoshka, meaning mother and then the children she carries with her (nice eh).
Phew this is hard work, at the casino we were given a couple of bingo cards for this afternoon so I stopped off en route to play that (didn’t win) Its a mad rush now, it the Captains ...
... information desk to make sure I knew how to get to my hotel.
A quick stroll along the cobblestone pathway through Arthur Park got me to my hotel, Albert 1. The hotel seems very nice and the man at the reception desk was helpful. My room is right around the corner from the reception on the street side. The room itself is much larger than what I had in Amsterdam, but the bathroom is smaller. It reminds me ...
The sun came out this morning - and disappeared again late afternoon.
Not cold yet, still hovering around the 9-16 deg each day.
Started with a continental breakfast at out BnB, then straight to the Bell Tower before the crowds.
The spiral staircase leading up was very narrow and steep with 366 stairs - making it very difficult when people crossed going down/up.
Made it to the top for ...
... tasting. Was educated on how Belgium beers all have a dedicated glass. Tried a cherry beer that was very sweet. The most interesting was the unique and high demand for Trappist beers that are made in a monastery by the Monks. I believe it was quoted that one beer would be around 40 Euros. We enjoyed another fine meal with great conversation. Then moved on to a pub for some beer tasting - lots of cherry beer left. Finished up the night with a walk through the square back to the ...
... the day and watch the people walk by.
As the sun started to set, we found our way to the Market centre and got on a horse drawn cart. Our driver was funny in his accent (think Mr Bean speaking English with a Dutch accent) and explanations as he took us on a 30 minute tour around town. It was quite a charming and romantic experience - not as tacky as it may sound! Although the ...