Aloft Brussels Schuman Hotel
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... 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 ...
... we went to get a real waffles, hot off the griddle. The man explained how his waffle was different from the ones found in Brussels. His recipe was from a region in the south. The batter was almost like a dough that he had to spread over the hot iron. The waffles are called sugar waffles because they have giant chunk of sugar in the dough. The sugar melts as the waffle cooks and makes for a quite unique taste. ...
... our VB diversion, we headed directly to Brussels. Brett did so famously driving here and we didn't even take one wrong turn. Well he didn't. I was (happily) assigned to the back seat after Adelaide screamed half way from Paris to VB, This seemed to make everyone calmer, which is essential when driving on THE WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD!
On arrival in Brussels we headed straight out of our hotel to check out the city. We are staying ...
... sure we sat with our bags in sight! We had all heard mixed reviews on Brussels with some saying is an ugly city with not much to see or do. We have found the opposite. There are ‘Use-it’ maps made by young people which list lots of places to visit. Our first stop was to the top of a car-park, which gives 360 degree views of the city. It was built in in the 50’s and I don’t think the elevators have been maintained since then ...
... a while to manoeuvre the LFC pins out, but the exciting one was the badge that I could feel in the corner of the jacket. We were all curious about what picture was on the badge, and where it came from, and boy was it a surprise when I eventually pulled the badge out! On a black black background was the word "badge" in bright yellow. It was a bit of a let down, but we still had a laugh about it.
I had a faint memory of owing this badge back in university, and I must've ...
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