Hotel Kasteel Solhof
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... of weeks. Mid aft Jon started prepping for his traditional Sunday (Zondag) masterpiece whilst I planned campsites / blogged / chilled! Another monster of a meal. Stuffed chicken, roast taties, veg and stuffin.... Delish! A short stroll after dins (unsuccessful wine run if truth be told!), a quick run for Prego, showers, dish wash and a sit out in the wilderness for a natter and a few beers. Then to bed for a Poirot.... Exciting stuff! Alarms set for another morning bike ride.... Fingers ...
... the first beer on the menu and really enjoyed it. John had a Salmon plate for lunch that looked amazing (for someone who would eat Salmon).
After lunch (never a short event in Europe), we found the Manniken Pis (sp?). It is really small, but easy to find since there's tons of people taking the picture. I know it's really famous, but the appeal is kind of challenging to figure out. I'm thinking, it's a guy ...
When we arrive at the airport it turns out that Amsterdam Airport is closed due to bad weather.
As a consequence, all flights through Europe via Amsterdam (including ours) are cancelled.
Take a spot in the queue at the KLM ticket office and play the waiting game.
We were in the queue for an hour and a half and did not move.
It's not looking good!
But when we finally get to the desk - they have ...
Had a good deep sleep until 6ish Belgium time. Funny wake at 6am, although half way across world and 10hours different from home lol. Breakfast is very nice.. Big variety cheese, ham, salami, salad, breads and Danishes, fruit, yoghurt and yummy cooked breakfast of bacon (not over cooked and dry like Singapore's), mushrooms, sausages, yellow yolk scrambled eggs lol, no egg white mixed in, all very yummy tho. Smoothie ...
... to browse the Saturday flea market where 'antiquaries have set up tables under identical red and green striped awnings. The uniformity is attractive and makes the goods appear more appetizing than they (probably) are.
There are three parts to the Brussels Musees Royaux de Beaux Artes: Art Ancien-15th to 18th C.; Fin de Siecle-19th and early 20th C.; and Magritte, dating from 2009, the new kid on the block. The collections are primarily the work of Belgian and Dutch ...