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 …
... When we got on the train we got settled in & decided to pop the beer bottle. I was watching Erik undo the wire top & I thought to myself "hmm, maybe I should put my finger on top of the cork just in case it pops off" hahahaha! It didn't just pop off, it BLEW off. And after hitting some person in the face, beer foam went shooting out with it! I couldn't believe it but I ended up catching the entire thing on video. Absolutely hilarious. We were laughing so hard, we were ...
... I want to come back to buy things), walk over to the Grand Place, or as RIck Steves calls it, the best square in Northern Europe. Despite the rain, could definitely discern where he was coming from. Very impressive square surrounded by towering buildings like the Town Hall. Make my way through the square and just wander around, checking out more chocolate shops, beer shops, tourist traps, etc. Decide that I will follow the Grand Place Walk in ...
... door was open! We stumbled our way through the doorway, like two lost souls who had been stranded on an island without food for one week too long. I glanced at the lady behind the counter - her head was not tilted awkwardly, her posture was upright. Perhaps not a zombie. She spoke to us in French, then a little english. After she told us she had closed, I think she saw the desperation in our faces and made us some ...
July 13th 2013.
After spending a wonderful time with Hans and his family we started to drive to Brussles at about 2:30pm. The kids having spent a fair amount of time in the water at the Lutzigers pool, were tired and soon slept off in the car which made the driving more easier and we did not have to battle too many of the are we there yet questions.