Gresham Belson Hotel
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... of old with no shops, just 3 smart looking restaurants, a Sherman firefly tank and a statue of a bargee and his wife. There were one or two interesting buildings and one had a dark past of things that the Gestapo did during the war making it a place of interrogations. For shops and supermarkets visitors and locals alike had to go to the river ferry and cross to the town of Boom. We were OK so didn’t need to go.
... s another thing we love about Belgium (or Europe in general really). You can drink beer just about anywhere, at any time of day. In a park. On the steps of a building. In the Grote Markt (Grand Place). Anywhere. And it is not abused. This would never go down in Australia. It just wouldn’t work. One of our best Brussels moments was buying a couple of cans of local beer from a convenience store, and sitting splashing our feet in the water of the fountain of St Catherine’s square ...
Location : On the shores of Senne between Brughes and Ghent
Language : Dutch- French
Currency : Euro
Sites to visit: Grand Place, Manneken Pis, Atomium
Gastronomy: Moules frites, waffle, great desserts
Cities near: Antwerp, Gent, ...
... an overpriced burger and Belgian beer (ha!) in an overpriced pub affair located near a gate with a flight to Aberdeen and a man in a kilt.
I had read that my flight to Vancouver is routinely delayed, which didn’t bode well for my connecting flight to Victoria, particularly considering that it wasn’t booked on the same itinerary. We board and start taxiing down the runway at a decent time, and then I spot a panicked ...
... have time because there was just too much of Brussels to enjoy! We walked around the old churches, through the Museum area (with the amazing Magritte gallery). We bought a vegan waffle at the organic store under the vegan café and decided to sit in the square with some vegan chocolate pudding to enjoy with the locals.
Brussels was wonderful, so much to see and we didn’t get to see it all even though we had many days there! It was definitely a ...