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... in the world! More on that in a second. To start our voyage into the world of Belgian brew, we walked down a small and secluded alleyway into an old puppet theater. As it would just so happen, this was the Royal Puppet Theater, and one of the most local-only bars in all of Brussels (there are 400 bars here to give you an idea of how cramped this place can be). Musty and dimly lit, the Toone bar and puppet theater gave me a sense of what drinking must've been like 200 years ...
... had enough strength to venture out into the cold, um, SUMMER weather, and we decided to hit up a museum for the afternoon. We decided on the MIM, Brussels' "Musical Instrument Museum". This place was founded in 1877, in order to show ancient instruments to Belgian students at the Royal Musical Conservatory. The museum features hundreds of antique instruments, many of which date from at least the early 1800s, though many date even earlier. When you enter the MIM, you get ...
... the most interesting parts of the bunker. Apparently there are 5 km of walk ways below ground and Cassie and I walked most of it. It was a wonderful opportunity and the guide was very informed and knowledgeable. So now it is just up to me to find the time to finish the audio tour off. This woices site would be a great project for students. I plan on using it over ...
... so they could be well rested for our first day in Munich. Us boys however had other plans. It was after all Talk Like A Pirate Day. While we were in the Delirium Cafe the day before,Jordan spotted an add for a pirate themed Rum Bar, so we decided that on Talk Like A Pirate Day, we would have to visit it. So we did. I had pre-packed an eye-patch just for this day, and I dug it out put it on, and headed off the the rum bar. The bar had over 300 different kinds of rum. Sean, you ...
Sweet sweet wanna be French! Just kidding, Brussels was pretty cool. This city really reminded us of of DC in a strange way. We arrived at Bruxless Central and we were immediatly bombarded by pan-handlers and gypsies...sound like DC yet? After proving that we were just as poor as they were we set out to find our hostel. We have been getting more savy about navigating unfamiliar cities, our only worry was the half eaten pigeon and crazy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed