Hotel Opera Bruxelles
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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 …
... formally split into three language
regions—Dutch-speaking Flanders, French-speaking Wallonia and bilingual Brussels. During the 20th century the city has hosted various ...
... of swans. About thirty swans (minimum) were swimming very near the boat. Beck almost touched one of these too. Even more were nesting on the banks. Most of the pictues I took are on Maureen and Mikel's camera so I the pictures I'm posting won't do the city's charm and beauty justice. I highly recommend anyone traveling to Belgium to visit Bruges. Just don't trust the waitress at De Garre when she suggests the home ...
... boy (which is kind of creepy, when you think about it). It's really just a small fountain in the corner, not at all what I was expecting. Then we wandered down some streets, over to the main square. As we walked up to it, we were mostly chatting about nothing, as you do, then we both just sort of stopped and said, Holy ****, the moment we walked into the square. It is spectacular, especially all lit up at night. We tried taking a few photos, with varying degrees of success and ...
... was great to have some local knowledge. We headed out to the Atomium. An iconic building in Brussels originally constructed for Expo '58, the 1958 Brussels World's Fair.
The time was flying by and we decided that it was time to head off to the Belgium bar that served a selection of 2000 beers and see how much of the list we could get through.... If only I had a month here!!
The cellar bar certainly had an amazing atmosphere ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Opera Bruxelles Brussels
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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