Lit de Senne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that's where the most are, and gd atmosphere. We are near suburban so not as many restaurants as where we were yesterday when we had a drink on our mission, but all good we too lazy to go too far. Dinner was very nice... Biggest Irish steak fillet ever had, cooked to perfection with fries and nice salad. Total was €41 which is pretty gd and fair. So full, full of iron lol. We felt like trying Belgium ...
... one of them had lavender in them, and the best piece of chocolate I have ever had in my entire life was dark chocolate with a lemon filling. Amazing. Now I'm thinking about Belgian chocolate again...
The Manneken Pis was an elusive little devil. That's the statue of the baby peeing that apparently Brussels is famous for but no one can find. It's wedged in the corner of two buildings and the baby is probably about the size of ...
... our delightful snack, we had all the energy we needed to explore the city. We meandered our way to St.Catherine's church where we stopped for a coffee in the park. We then made our way to the stunning Grand Place, or central square, which offers cafes, chocolatiers, brew houses, hotels, City Hall and much more. Not surprisingly, this beautiful square is on the UNESCO list and is the top attraction in Brussels. The ...
... and spent about 30 minutes in there looking at the buildings in the city square. All of them were built between 1694 and 1698 and all are very ornate with lots of gold and lots of detail. We also looked at a shop selling macrons but we were good girls and didn't buy any. A nice man helped us to find the right tram back to the Brussels Midi station and we set off again to board the Eurostar back to London. When we hopped off the train we headed down the Very Steep ...
... Parc du Bruxelles