Alliance Brussel Airport Hotel
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... variplans through the left over market stalls then cut back to the botanical garden which is right behind our hotel! It is a very petite garden, but quiet and soothing. We sat there for awhile, then decide to walk the 10 mins to stadspark, the main park of Antwerp. This too is small but has a large pound with baby swans. A lot of people were here with their family as there is a good children's playground and skate park. A lot of ...
... what we may have ordered otherwise? When I see calf's head on the menu I almost wished I hadn’t seen the English version…
I stick to traditional Flemish fare and have the carbonnade flamande with stoemp (in basic terms, beef and ale stew with mash and veg). Mr Fletche has waterzooi – chicken stew. It’s surprisingly untouristy for a restaurant in such a prime spot, and the prices are pretty decent too. We wash down ...
... to the stage of thinking they were going to miss it), which was good.
We sorted out where we had to go to see the Royal Palace and the Open Top bus (even though it was raining) but somehow got on a metro the wrong direction and could not find how to change platforms at first due to barriers at the top of the steps. We thought we might have used one of our journeys on our 10 journey ticket but it turned out ...
... Herge (who drew Tintin). Anyway, I could go on and on about our Belgium beer experiences, but I will move on!
We really didn’t do any “sightseeing” in Brussels. By that I mean that we didn’t go inside any churches or museums. We just walked, stopped for a beer, walked a bit more, sat in a park, admired a building from the outside, stopped for another beer, walked a bit more, and so it goes. We tried most of the traditional Belgian food (as well as many ...
... flanking the reflecting pool that make up the Court of Honor. Large maps reflecting 3 operations, Market Garden, the crossing of the Roer and approach to the Rhine and military operations from the Normandy landings to the end of the war are carved in the walls next to the small chapel. Someone has placed buckets of colorful tulips in front of several graves; every member of our group is given a white rose to place on a stone of his or her choice. It ...