Citadines Toison d'Or Hotel
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... better!) and a Delirium Temens. Delirium we found out has been family brewed since like the 1600s-- WOW! And it tastes absolutely amazing. By this time we were getting hungry again, so we went to a Dutch Tavern for afternoon snack (this was around 4:00pm). We had garlic & white wine steamed mussels, and fondue. Their fondue is not the melted kind I was expecting, it was deep-fried cheese which was soooo good. Both of these dishes were! We took pics to show you.
Our last day in Amsterdam! We spent the morning using wifi to book our next moves and figure out how we were getting to brussels later that day! We packed up and headed for the station to catch up with Michella who is Adrian's cousin that lives in holland. We put our bags in lockers at the station and then headed to a sex museum! Very interesting... We also went into a novelty condo, store before heading off on a walk to the skinny bridge ...
... Brussels to Amsterdam for today, let me know!) but the thought of chocolate and waffles and North Sea cycle route has swayed us, and the other reason of not being able to get our bikes there! We found our hotel easily and set off to find dinner. We passed lots of fresh fish places that cooked the fish for you, and we thought we'd give it a go. But none of them had any prices listed and we had very limited Euros. So ...
... all the trendy without being trendy Brusseleirs were mixing it with tourists out on the pavement of almost every bar, street corner, park or steps. We had our first of many Belgian beers at one of Place St Gery’s happening bars and chatted to 2 young guys from Antwerp who were in Brussels for the day on business, and wanted to know how Australians viewed Belgium, and if we thought they were very leftist. Ha!! We sat and had the obligatory cone of “Belgian” fries ...
... almost getting stuck in the elevator) and walked over to the Market. There were chestnut vendors, raclette vendors, crepe sellers and candy men. There were maple syrup booths, and men selling fairy lights. A giant skating rink had been built over top of the fountain, and Bruxellois of all ages crashed and slid on the ice, some showing off, and some falling over. The air smelled of food and hot buttered rum, gluhwein and hot Cécémel (“le seul vrai” ...