Chambre D'Hotes D'Eau
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... hand is bustling with tourists but still fun and relaxing coffee shops with the usual assoftment of chocolates!
During our day in Brussels we joined a walking tour of the "old town" and walked, and walked, and walked - for 4 hours! - no need to worry about eating chocolates today ;) Extremely interesting hearing about the royal history and how it has influenced the government through generations.
... to find some lunch. Surprise, surprise the boys found a restaurant with over 400 beers. I think if they could have they would have tried them all. The food was good, but the service was terribly slow. Next we headed to a creepy church and lace place. Yes they were housed together. The creepy church had skulls over the alter and had a statue of Jesus post cross in a room best described as an old commercial oven. The ...
... is what I told wifey when I came out of the station. She asked where we were going and then went in the back and printed off a route finder for us. What a lovely thing to do.
We arrived at our aires for the night which had a massive play barn type affair next to it, we lost the children for nearly hours amongst soft furnishings and plastic balls. They were wet through with sweat by the end of ...
... 250 brands of beer conveniently located across the castle.
We love the buildings.
The real deal-a Belgium Waffle.
Yes-Gent is amazingStay tuned for Part ...
... cases onto the train, Then off again at Brussels. Then lug them up and down the street until, through a process of reading signs and asking people we find the right bus stop tp stand at. Finally get on the 66 bus and take what seems a long journey through Brussels to get to out hotel (glad I didn't pay for a taxi). Finally at the hotel, we catch up with out Tour guide "Orsi" and decide against payig 50e to take an optional bus tour of the city. We just did that for ...
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