Martin's Grand Hotel Waterloo
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... they have a huge hill (or hameau in local language) with 226 steps and rises to 41metres with a massive cast iron lion on the top (weighing in at around 28tonnes) which we (stupidly) climbed in the heat - needless to say we were in dire need of cold refreshment after our descent. They also have some interesting film footage depicting the battle and a small waxworks museum opposite. On the weekends during ...
... rode it on and off to the grand place. The grand place is truly grand, and then we did make our customary ice cream stop, also placed a visit to the Mannakin pis statue and got back to the bike store just in time to return the bikes. Evening we went to an Italian place and called it a night.
Ate the yummy grilled sandwiches that Binita made and ...
... If it weren't for the crowd around it, I would have had a harder time finding it as it's quite small and somewhat tucked away in a corner. It was pretty neat to see the unofficial symbol of the city, but I didn't really understand the reasoning for it. After that, I went to the St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral and admired the beautiful art and stained glass windows inside. By now, it was time to check in, so I went back to the hostel, got my stuff, ...
... s office and residence (like No. 10 Downing St), the King's Palace, lovely gardens and many statues and monuments. Some the buildings had gold decorations on them - not sure if it is real gold.
The view from the top of a hill was particularly picturesque.
We looked in a number of shops, including chocolate shops and tapestry shops - Veronica liked those. We saw the 'little boy' monument - a very famous one in Belgium - as the story goes, this little boy saved the city ...
... built for Expo '58, the 1958 Brussels World's Fair.
The Atomium stands 102 meters (335 ft) tall and has nine steel spheres connected so that the whole forms the shape of a unit cell of an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times.
Tubes connect the spheres along the 12 edges of the cube and all eight vertices to the center. ...