Hotel Opera Bruxelles
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Hotel Opera Bruxelles had the perfect quaint charm we were looking for! A corner room with windows and views surrounding us and fresh breeze trickling in for a cool, comfortable nights rest!
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oh, cobblestone streets – how I've missed you! the winding and wondering, it doesn’t get old. after making our way from the airport to the appropriate train station, we cave and buy a map. HA! funny scene, the two of us unfolding and unfolding, and re-folding this giant billboard of a map just to kind-of-almost know where we were and …
... to see the way different flemish artists had "copied" Ruben's themes yet made them their own. Klimt, who's work we had seen in Vienna, only had one of his earlier paintings on display. Along with the works from Rubens, there were originals from Rembrandt, Picasso and Van Dyck as well as numerous flemish painters.
Several hours later, wandered into the "Yellow Sociality", a ...
... four or five feet tall to the last in line, perched on top of what appeared to be 20 foot tall poles. Still having no idea what we were celebrating but happy to have seen it we decided to head in the opposite direction of the parade and continue our exploration. Well that didn’t work because just as we found ourselves back in the Grand Place the parade came around a different corner and entered the square. Feeling like it was meant ...
... for a King staged as if it were in the kings time
Free beer and cheese cake
Rained and the show went on, but Adam and I bailed when it started to pour
Stopped raining, so we visited a local bar called Delerium where they have over 2000 beers
Left and went to a souvenir shop and took the train to the main train station
Caught our shuttle bus to the airport where we would sleep.
... into central Brussels and found the old market place. You are so overwhelmed with ornate old buildings surrounding you on every side that no photo seems to capture the essence of the place. Factor in a bright yellow cherry-picker reaching halfway up the main tower, and your holiday snaps are certainly curtailed. Wandering into another plaza, I saw a couple of lads outside a café tucking into waffles buried under cream and chocolate ...