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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Midi-Zuid Saint-Gilles
Travel Blogs from Saint-Gilles
... It is the Kings office only as he does not reside there and opens in the summer whilst he is on holiday. We started the tour by going up a very wide marble staircase and could imagine the Royals descending in their finery! Not only did we see the state rooms laid out in the usual corridor fashion, with its magnificent paintings, chandeliers and the gold leaf on the plaster work they also had a major exhibition about ...
... we get back home!
And of course, who can miss the comics! There are comic strip walls all over town, and guides that map them out, but you really don’t need a map – you find them yourself around every other corner. We also stuck our head into the foyer of the Comic Museum and Mr Frogmeister discussed whether it was easier being blue or green with one of the Smurfs!
We could hardly get within 6 feet of the famous ******* boy, Mannekin Pis, who was much ...
I know why I came to Europe. The 11th edition of the 'Spring in Groot-Bijgaarden' Flower Show, Floralia, a modern uptake on the ancient Roman festival in honor or the Goddess Flora, is spectacular. I have to admit that our change in flight plans turned out to be beneficial. Had we gone on British Airways we would have arrived in Brussels on Saturday too late to visit the Beaux Artes Museums and we would not have ...
... people trying to get on the train. I have never seen that many people getting on a train at once, but I guess people are trying to go home after the holidays. So we got on the first train to go to Paris. The train went to gare de l'est and then we had to walk to gare du nord.
I had been to the gare du nord once before, but struggled a bit to remember where it was. There are a lot of steps to walk up, but thankfully right when we got to the steps, there were some dudes ...
... looked like closet doors. It was nice though, to have a bathroom all to ourselves.
The first place we went to was a place called Coudenberg. It was another underground ruin. Coudenberg used to be the Brussels Royal Palace and grounds. The palace was destroyed by fire and the grounds were left to sit for 40 years before someone else came along and leveled the remains and the grounds to build a new palace. That palace still stands today. I just ...