Le Chatelain Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s not very nice. I went into the cafe I was in front of, asked for a pen and piece of paper, wrote a note explaining what had happened and the Range Rover's license plate, put my email address on it and left it under the white cars windscreen wiper. Sadly, the chocolate shop did not have free samples, and it was small and unoccupied - the shop attendant eagerly put on little white gloves as soon as I walked in just so ready for me to buy everything, then uncomfortably ...
... top of the stairs and had a replica of the Manneken Pis half way up the stairs decorated in red, yellow, and black. Plus red, yellow, and black flags adorned the railings along the stairs. The place filled up as the game wore on with all the customers outside turning their chairs to face the inside tv. Unlike last week's game, no one was cheering for the opponent. Isla was a ...
... Saint Hubert, Manneken Pis, The Monnaie Opera, St Nicolas’ Church, River Senne, The Royal Square, Mont des Arts, The birthplace of Tintin and a few others. The tour guide was Flemish and such a hilarious guy but filled with so much information. Afterwards we got some waffles! Then headed back to our accommodation to cook dinner and relax. Thursday 29th - today we caught the train out to the town of Ghent. A beautiful old city just like Bruges but with some extra old ...
... all the restaurants we went to had menus in french ONLY. But, we finally found a nice little cafe where we got yummmy sandwiches and interesting Lipton iced tea. Then we were off to explore the streets and even stumbled across Mannekin Pis and didn't understand why so many people were surrounding this small statue. We later figured out that this statue is quite important judging by the amount of figurines were in the souvenir stores of this little dude. The rest of ...
... It was a small statue of a boy peeing into a fountain. I took the token pictures and moved on. I passed a beautiful tapestry and a very strange window displace before I arrived at Notre-Dame Du Sablon. The church had a nice marble room and some pretty sculptures but lacked the intricate murals and colors that had awed me in the past. Across the street was the Place du Petit Sablon, a pretty garden with a fountain in it. There were nicely trimmed ...