BEST WESTERN Les 3 Cles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amp; speedily rebuilt their headquarters, adopting the distinctive & flamboyant Baroque style that characterises the square today. Unfortunately, there was a beer festival going on in the square so it was not possible to get good pictures of the architecture due to tents everywhere. Every two years the whole square is set out in a floral carpet which is very spectacular judging by the photographs I ...
... familiar to me: not Brussels' famous square, but a smaller one in which I had enjoyed a delicious Belgian waffle five years ago. Not wanting to be outdone by my 18-year-old self, I got a waffle from the very same stand, this time loading it with ice cream. Now that I was fully tanked up, yet miraculously still able to move, we walked over to a large cathedral and had a good rest in the pews. We then walked down toward the ...
... arrived in Brussels. It's more of a city then the little town of Brugge. It actually reminded me a lot of downtown Indianapolis. We walked to our hotel for about 20 minutes. Its called "max hotel." probably the most comfortable hotel ive ever stayed at. When we got out it was about 4 pm so we didnt have a lot of time. We walked toward the grand place which looked very similar to the market square in Brugge. We walked around there and then went to the Mannekin ...
... instead it took 6. We left an hour late, the bus driver stopped for cigarette breaks like 5 times, there were lots of detours, and we got held up at the border. I finally made it into Brussels around 6:30- 7:00 that night. I wandered around the city- which was sort of ghosttownish- for a couple hours, had a bad overpriced Indian buffet, and then met Jordan for some beer at a bar. Good bar, good Belgian beer, and it was ...
First things first: I slept horrible. Because of all the excitement raging through my body and brains, I just couldn't sleep. Well, not for long at least. So I slept about two to three hours before we took off. Luckily I manage well when I barely sleep; I was still able to get on my bike.
Saying goodbye must be the hardest part of this trip, the hardest thing to do in life, especially when Joyce, my aunt, started crying and my mom started to ...