Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman
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... from some of the local chocolate stores. We were so full from dinner and chocolate samples from all of the stores that we struggled through only half of our dessert selection. The next day we had a super long sleep in (these are becoming a regular) before taking our own personal beer tour through the city. We started with a Belgium Beer tasting at one of the local bars, this consisted of 6 different types of beers from Belgium which ...
... We arrived in the Parc du Cinquantenaire from the far end from the arc. The lawns and gardens were perfectly manicured. Family's played, couples walked hand in hand, and groups of young people sat in circles drinking and laughing. By now the sun was shining bright. We explored the imposing arc (well, 3 arcs really). The middle arc had a gigantic Belgium flag hanging from its centre rippling in the breeze. We were at a juncture. Head back to the hotel and ...
... nothing had changed so we just waited. Checked it one more time and it finally said platform 12. We and the few people standing beside us whom we were talking to made a mad dash down the stairs and back up to the other platform and our waiting train. There's no way all those people made it. To catch up, we spent Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday morning in Prague. The old town is beautiful. Narrow streets with tall, ...
... 8211; but Belgian. However, they originated in the southern part of Belgium which is right next to France…and since so many people speak French…..hence the name was born. Just don't call them French Fries! And don’t use ketchup. Mayonnaise is the dipping sauce of choice.
Manneken Pis is a landmark small bronze sculpture in Brussels, depicting a naked little boy ...
We drove to Belgium and we are now staying just outside Brussels in a small town called Londerzeel. We took the bus into town to see the sites. There is a fountain of a little boy peeing. They dress him up in different costumes. He was dressed as a soldier. We went to the museum and they had over 200 ...