Dolce la Hulpe Brussels
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... They then changed it but Steve thinks this one is too big too – we will wait and see!
For a bit of fun Nanka asked if they could do some rowing in the dinghy like she did as a child. Sasha and Ella both enjoying it and Sasha was getting into a little rhythm with the rowing. When Steve returned he had a go taking the 4 of them out for a short trip.
We went on to have a chill out evening playing Rummikub before ...
... but not necessarily together!! This is truly my kind of place!! For lunch, I enjoyed the unofficial national dish of Belgium...Mussels and Frites. Frites are actually fries made from special potatoes and deep fried not once, but twice. That must be why they taste twice as good as any other! Mmm mmmm good! As Sunday night seems to be a night of rest, we are doing just that. With feet up and english tv on, we're enjoying some ...
... and the coach from Brussels to Antwerp went smoothly. When I was directed to our stateroom 307 on the MS River Rhapsody, my roommate was already unpacked and sitting on his bed. Alan, my roommate, is a retired professor from Tennessee.
The ship ...
... I got lost on my first day, and a perfect stranger who works in my organization gave me a ride around the block to where I was going.
I’ve been told that the bureaucracy in Belgium is horrendous, as are the drivers, yet this doesn’t faze me. Perhaps nothing can compare to the delectable madness of Russia, and so I find myself, gently, ever so slowly, setting it. While my roots here may not be firmly established, one could say that I am Brussels ...
... the elected president I am realising how much I have detached myself from this stuff. The abdication of King Albert caught up with us in Ghent whilst refreshing ourselves with Belgian's finest (no, not chocolate) and the Egyptian saga crept up on me when checking the weather on the BBC website. Weather is more important than politics, sometimes, me thinks.
anyway, logging off now, Route planning an d sleep beckons for tomorrow's ride to Namur.