Aris Grand Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Modem / Data Port
- Family rooms
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... of this is reconstructed as it had fallen into disrepair over the years but it certainly all looks original. They seemed to be celebrating some event as there was a military band playing and military personnel with Belgium and American flags. The whole square is set up for entertaining as later several other bands played including a rock band. It reminded us somewhat of St Mark's square in Venice.We were walking down a side street and saw another military type ...
... Of course there is however no other way to see so much of Brussels without spending a lot more time and investing ourselves in the "derelicte" public transport! Anyhow on our last day we set off to Bruges to check out this nice little Flemmish speaking city and we were glad we did! V v quant and different to Brussels. Nice to wander around. However the two biggest things we did were: Chocolate and Play in the Snow!! The chocolate was everywhere and we spent an obscene ...
... couch) and passed out quite quickly. The next morning, we got up at about 8. Jessica and Jose headed out, and I took my time getting ready.
Heading out, my original plan was to find Belgian waffles to have as breakfast. They proved to be more elusive than imagined, however, so I settled for coffee and a pastry. I started my walk at European parliament, which I got a chance to see by day. It still more or less looked like a spaceship. ...
... Grand-Place, Manneken Pis, and a mint bar 'Delirium' (sadly full of Americans) that had 2004 different types of beer, including Duff Beer (apparently ****) and Tui at 10 euro ($20) a bottle. Had the best day, just walking and talking and hanging out like we use to.
Home for a nap, as Tim started crashing on his antibiotics and I had screwed up my sleeping pattern the previous night and was feeling rather jetlagged. Woke up not keen on ...
... and on cars proclaiming their countries allegiance. Many restaurants and pubs also have specials tied to World Cup viewing hours to help bring in the crowds.
We stroll around enjoying the sites and land in a square where we find St. Baafs Brasserie (www.sintbaafs.be) . It is lunch time now and as always it is eat or be left hungry so we grab an outside table shaded by both umbrellas and shade from towering church next door. I spot a ...