Martin's Klooster Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... world -about 60 bars in the world. On top of that, these bars never close. They'll stay open until 5 serving alcohol and then stay open for other purposes. We had to pass that area every time we went back to the apartment.
We made some dinner and hung out for a while and then decided to go check out the bar scene with Kathleen. The bars in Brussels are way more causal than those of Barcelona, where people mostly hang out and casually drink. The particular bar that ...
... included, breakfast included. Cash only, no credit cards. Non Smoking.
... escalates as they often do and we ended up at a club and had just a wild time. All in all it was a great night and it felt good to know that we didn't have a bunch planned for the next day.
Scraped ourselves out of bed in the early afternoon and decided to hop on the train to Brussels to check out the Delirium Cafe which is famous for having the most types of beer in the world. Walking through the town we grabbed some grub and headed towards the ...
The last stop of our night turned out to be magical one, for my taste buds and my spirits. Stopping into Coin De Mer, Mike seemingly was king of the castle and we were seated right away. Home to beefy steaks and Belgium's finest mussels (Interesting fact: there are 30 types of mussels in the world, although Belgium has some of the best available), this place looked great from the start.
Oh how great it would be. I opted for the 400g mussel bucket, while Sean got ...
... For now we slipped on through and into Belgium, where our first stop was in Bastogne.
Back in WWII territory now and perhaps time for a little history recap. Bastogne featured in the Battle of the Bulge, beginning in December 1944. The Germans attempted a last great offensive, trying to smash through the American defenses, thus splitting them up from the British and the Canadians. The lightly armed American divisions, brought in to stem the ...