Aloft Brussels Schuman Hotel
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Arrived in Brussels after 2 hour flight. Checked into hotel and headed out for lunch. In search of chocolate dipped Belgian waffles. 4 days in a row we have walked more than 5 miles. Today we hit 5 miles at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Brussels is an interesting city. Several streets are blocked off to vehicular traffic and around 3 o'clock in the afternoon, ...
... du Cinquantenaire, inside which is the Musée royal de l'Armée et d'Histoire Militaire, an awesome sounding car museum called "Autoworld" (which we did not get to see), and a massive triumphal arch built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Belgian independence in 1880.
After walking through the park, we headed into Schuman station to take the metro into the center of town. Jaclyn paid for our tickets, then for some reason handed me all ...
... either a petition or a sponsorship sheet. You know those ones kids use for readathons? You sign it, give them your name, email address and your money...then they're gone. Groups of young women are at the entrance/exit of every metro station and major spots around the city...and some seem to revel in being quite pushy. We saw a group get dropped off at the train station and a man wait at the door for them. Still in vogue is the beggar with a cute puppy. And the direct ...
... a wheat beer with a semi-sweet taste but not too bad
Gordon Finest Gold strong blond, 10%, alcohol taste a bit strong at first, but surprisingly didn't notice after a while. You could not drink too many of these.
Duuel Special Belgian beer, 8.5%, sweet, smoky flavour, OK to drink 1 or 2 but that would be it
Carlsberg Imported, 5.5%, well it's Carlsberg
Bruges Zot Lager, 6.0%, a local beer, a bit to hoppy for me
Maes Pilsener Extra ...
... it isn’t quite as touristy. Worth the trip if you are already in Brussels, in my opinion. We had lunch at this cute Thai-Indian-European fusion food place before heading back to Brussels to see Jessie off.
Saying goodbye to Jessie was sad, but we had a nice, full weekend and made the most of each others company! Jessie put it best: ”it’s not goodbye—it’s see you later!” I am so thankful to have such great friends and so ...