Martin's Grand Hotel Waterloo
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We drove to Brussels today. It was overcast with a cool breeze. The road took us north through the WW1 battlefields of the Somme. We stopped in the village of Poziers at the Austrian 1st Division War Memorial where Australia lost many thousands killed and wounded. The town was totally obliterated by shelling but has been rebuilt. We went to the first Ibis hotel ...
... known for their delicious mussels --- it was a must try in both of our seafood-loving opinions. 17 euro for an enormous bucket chalk full of monster sized mussels soaking in a potent white wine sauce lands at our table, both of our mouths drop open; and we are not disappointed! the pizza was perfect. the beer just phenomenal. and the mussels to die for! the perfect place to enjoy our unassuming christams meal in this stunning city!
... just saying!! So just getting ready to have dinner in the lovely garden of the hotel (it used to be the crazy golf course) and I forgot to mention in the hotel the rooms are named after the generals who fought in the battle of Waterloo - our little room is named after the Prussian General Blucher (funny I keep thinking of Frau Blucher in the film Young Frankenstein!) So decided to have dinner at hotel tonight ...
... Along with the Zuiderzee Works, Delta Works have been declared one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Than we drove to the Belgium city of Brugge. Very nice old town with ...
... after the canal boat in Amsterdam, but the hotel was "la magnifque."
By the time that we checked in the first day, it was already time to find something for dinner. We wandered around the areas that looked nice on the way in and as we wandared around a corner we were really surprised by one of the most beautiful sites that we have seen ...