Chateau de Limelette
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... that a “fruity blond” does not exist. I have made a beer faux pas. I commit to the fruity part and have my first Lindemans Framboise (a “fruity” raspberry number, more redhead than blond…). Mr Fletche partakes of a beer that neither of us can remember.
Tummy rumbles remind us that we’ve eaten nothing since our O’Neill’s breakfast back in London, so we decide to head towards Grand Place and ...
... Brabant at about this time (1183/1184). In the 13th century, the city got its first walls.
Grand Place after ...
... person) to enter. The line to enter moved pretty quickly (which was good because it was getting a bit smelly crammed in line); we first had to board an elevator which took you to the top orb and then you made your way to the other orbs via stairs or escalators. We had some great views and learned that you can even host your wedding or a sleepover in one of the orbs; neat!
Our evening ended in the city center. We ...
We started our morning with an amazing Belgium Waffle (first since we have been in Belgium). We then walked around Brussels looking at all of the sights (there are not too many). We started in the Grand Place where the Town Hall, King's House and chocolate shops are located. It started raining so we hung out in an indoor shopping area. We then went to see the Manneken Pis Statute. It is much ...
Our tickets for "Walibi" were included in our camp site fee so off we went to the west end of the town of Wavre. (It's adjacent to where we came yesterday afternoon - same car park). B & F went on many scary rides. P and W went (with them) on the Wild Water Ride - and got wet! Also ventured onto the Gold Mine Railway which tipped us and turned us quite enough, thank you very much. I also went up on The (Very) Big Wheel for a view ...