Hotel Den Wolsack
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... were breaking out the caviar and shining my shoes.
On the train, heading back to ...
... selling table cloths, pets and pet supplies etc to balance it out. After scoping
out the market we went for a coffee and got served to us with the coffee, a
small advocat with whipped cream, very nice, (the coffee was good too).
After that we went in search of a fabric house. Found it and
went in to browse. Well, talk about wonderful interior decorating, it ...
... it soon became clear that it has far more in common with France, with so many French speakers and more obviously, French signs.
So on our mega stroll around the city, now desperately in search of food, I stumble across our hotel - it's one we walked past earlier, and noticed, but didn't really register due to the slight different order of the name. On paper I was looking for 'Hotel Floris Arlequin' - the hotel says 'Arlequin' - but I was scanning the buildings for the ...
... the crowd gathered around the little statue, talking, taking photos and generally admiring the little fella ****. Obviously he is the biggest thing in Brussels and judging by the tour guides with their umbrella covers, and old gloves on sticks marching like roman legionnaires in front of their legions of Asian and Russian tourists he is a must see. Brussels seems to have a fetish for peeing statues...along with the original there is now a female ( ...
... the local beer haunts including Moeder Lambic before moseying across town to the Christmas markets. Belgian beers and Vin Chaud (try it with Amaretto - who knew!) followed by the predictable cross section of Bratwurst, waffles and crepes. Our tummy's might've been in turmoil but with over 2km of gluwhein, there was no slowing down.
The markets delivered stalls of handmade toys and clothing, meats, cheeses, bratwurst and ...