Apart 18 Lambermont
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Found the train tickets Brugges to Brussels that Emma had already provided! If anyone is travelling this way they are available.
Breakfast at the Hotel. Emma had advised that the Hotel breakfast was too expensive but Mumsy wanted the certainty of a gluten free breakfast so we decided to eat there anyway.
Not disappointed, it was perfect. The waitress was charming (I would have employed her) and when Mumsy asked for gluten free ...
Yesterday I took a walking tour of Brussels. It was free, but the guide accepts tips. Brussels is a nice city. It's clean and quiet and doesn't have a ton of traffic. The interesting thing is that it's kind of an island. Not really, but the lower half of Belgium is called Wallonia and influenced by the French, and the other section is called Flanders and influenced by the Dutch. Brussels is in the Flanders region and is torn. Every ...
... called for and the little café' we shuffled into was just the job. They had a fireplace, hot chocolate and hot apple pie, never has it tasted so good and by the time we stepped back into the chill, we were feeling quite happy. That evening we attended their winter festival based around the town centre. The lights were on, the music was playing and to top it off we managed almost front row seats to an astonishing and dramatic show, with trapeze artists on top of a kitted out bus. It was ...
... it seemed like it was only a bar after a certain time. It was 10:30 at this point to we didn't have a ton to choose from. A guy noticed us looking around and told us which restaurants would be open at this time. We found an Italian pizzeria. It was exactly how i remember Italy. The menu was written in French or maybe Italian. I chose spaghetti bolognese because I knew that was spaghetti with meat sauce. Cory got the same. I had a coke and Cory had ...
... a short time. We have a pretty big room, exposed brick wall, big shower and comfy bed. It's cute! So, 24 hours in Brussels - what to do? The title pretty much covers it. First, the chocolate. It is EVERYWHERE. At one point there were 3 chocolatiers next to each other and across the lane were 2 more. And I'm talking good chocolate. How can there be so many?! They sell it by weight and you can just pick out whatever you want in a box ...
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