Citadines Toison d'Or Hotel
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... 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 ...
... laptop, sitting in front of him on the dashboard. After we stopped in a depot where he dropped off his cargo, I was dropped at a service station to catch my next ride south. After around and hour and a half of waiting, during which I was briefly questioned by the French police (Where are you from? Have you anything to declare: marijuana, alcohol, cocaine…?) who noticed me wandering around the service station (they were cool with it, just bored I guess), I was picked up ...
... dinner overlooking a very pretty river. The view when the lights shone upon the bridge was very cool. Getting back to the hostel around 10 were very tired and hit the sack!
Belgium, for such a small country it packs a real punch. I really enjoyed the country and I could defiantly see myself returning, I found it a very livable city. Love it. I must admit, the beer culture is so attractive and who can say no to waffles, frits and chocolate! Now upwards to the ...
... was not the owner and I could sense immediately that this was not the place. I paid my 26EUR, as Melissa and Devin walked in. While we were walking back to the bus stop the sun came out, and it was summer again. I was no longer dressed appropriately in my jeans, black Harley Davidson shirt, and Doc Martens. We were now baking in the sun on top of this double decker bus. After sweating through the 75 minute tour we jumped off the bus and again went to ...
... us to our hotel, the Novotel off Grand Place. It was only around the corner from the station. The cobblestone paths gave our luggage wheels a good work out, clomp clomp clomp down the road! Must be a dead giveaway that tourists are in town. Our room was available and we got a complimentary upgrade to an executive room which was a nice surprise. After a quick freshen up we hit the streets as we had a few icons that we wanted to see before it got dark ...