Hotel De Arend
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... visiting. They have a beautiful chocolate labradoodle named Ollie. We had the tour of the visitor part of the house and the basement to collect bottled water. The entry level is the formal entertaining level, next up 2 bedrooms (1for D and J plus guest), then the apartment which has a kitchen and dining room plus large living area; up a tiny winding stair case to the 3 guest bedrooms. It was built in 1880's so has many nooks and crannies. Slasher and I ...
This past Monday Aline and I spent the day taking it easy. On the Tuesday we went to Maastricht in Holland with our friends Steph and Anne. It was a really lovely time. We got there by noon and then we walked around and did some shopping. We were really lucky with the weather, seeing as it was supposed to be really bad. :) We stayed at Anne's parents house which was really nice and located in a beautiful place. We spent the first evening watching The Eagle and ...
... we went to Burger King to eat and then we said bye to Heleen as we went to meet up with Aline's parents at a Chinese restaurant. We went back to Belgium with them by car. It was a really good day and it was great to see Heleen again. :) Aline and I walked by a sex show in Amsterdam and the guy looked at me and said "Hey. Do you want to see a ******** for a change?" Oh Amsterdam. ...
... Cinquantenaire park built during the exhibition held to mark the golden Jubliee of Belgium in 1880. Roamnesque Arch, showing the power and might of Belgium.
On the way the way home we were lucy enough to see the Brussels day parade start from the Notre Dame Salblon. Seeing about a hundred of people in costume troupe into the church took us back into the sixteenth Century.
... a fake beach was setup, to the North Train Station, to the red light district, down Rue de Brabant the main Arab and Turkish store street, which gets 7.4 million visitors annually, through the black red light district (read that however you want), through the Botanique, through little Africa, the European quarter, including the European Parliament, the most expensive shopping street, a panoramic view of downtown ...