Le Chatelain Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We drove to Brussels, Belgium today it took us 2hrs 30min to get there. We spent 3hrs shopping, tasting chocolate and eating delicious waffles. The Brussels city centre smells like fresh made waffles and all the streets are filled with chocolate stores a dream come true for Kelly not so much for Joe. Then it took us 4hrs to get back because of the awful ...
... half the height of the CN tower and was out of the way of Brussels city center, so the views did not show much.
The highlight of our trip was undoubtedly the afternoon trip to Bruges. It was a 12euro round trip train ride (I know, right) which got us to the amazing city in an hour. The city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for good reason. With it's canals and port location it was once seen as the chief commercial center of the ...
... a local cafe for breakfast that had good ratings on yelp. It was around 10:30am so we were ready for our first Belgian beers too! We sat outside & listened to a small band play trumpet & drums. It was really relaxing & fun to just sit & listen! Breakfast was so delis; Erik had a croquet with friends eggs, cheese & ham, I had a dish called Chicon au gratin which was heavenly. Basically Gruyere cheese rolled in ham & endive (very popular here!) & ...
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... moving to the side of the road we (along with a growing crowd) took in the quirky group that was passing us by and tried to figure out what the heck the celebration was all about. The parade consisted of two main groups, the first of which was dressed mostly in white with colorful bandanas around their necks and they were walking with two 10 foot tall effigies while their band marched them along. The next group was a bit larger and had ...