Dolce la Hulpe Brussels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... van den berg museum is a personal collection, acquired over many years in the last half of the 18th century. It was an interesting collection of paintings, carvings, books, etc. the paintings were of particular interest to me,there were excellent Flemish painters including Brugel the elder and Rubens. I really enjoyed the medieval paintings as well, they showed many women with texts ( religious of course) in their hands. To me it ...
... Hordes of crowds jostle for position with their camera phones and selfie sticks on a small corner of Rue de l’Etuve and Rue du Chene. The object of attention? Mannekin Pis – a 61cm tall bronze statue of a boy peeing into a fountain. Today he is wearing a school uniform, one of his 800 outfits - making him better dressed than most of us. For the rest of our trip, Mannekin Pis will be naked, as God (better known as his sculptor) ...
... up and dried off. The harbourmaster was waiting in his RIB to organise the fleet as we got in, he was brilliant and found places for everyone. We ended up right next to the Capitainerie and access to the city. Some people would have a long walk along the pontoons to get off.
We were grateful we had not tried to get to Antwerp yesterday as we really thought it was a short hop.
The evening was a bit frustrating trying to get on to ...
... Andris’ normal home (he must just go out of town when he rents it out). It was obviously "lived in" as you could tell from the kitchen cabinet and fridge and bedroom wardrobe contents. Mikey loved the sound system in the lounge room, but wasn’t so keen on the naked male photos around the place! We enjoyed breakfast each morning and several evening sunsets (at around 10.30-11pm!) sitting at the big dining table looking out across the city. Stunning.
Brussels really ...
Day Nine Thursday, May 22, 2014 around Brugge
A little lazy start to our morning, but we wanted to rest and have a leisurely day.
The first thing on our agenda was a tour of the De Halve Maan (the half-moon) Brewery. This is the oldest brewery in Brugge and has been in the same Maes family since the 1860s – with six generations. A short walk from ...