Hotel Kasteel Solhof
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... to have all of my basic needs met and more. We also saw an impressive collection of vases and glass work that reminded me of Mom's perfume bottle collection. I had such a nice time at this museum that I believe it is my favorite art museum I have ever visited- and I also left with a new-found adoration for Magritte and his work. After the museum, we biked up the hill to find the yellow van for waffles again, but Alex and Sam accidentally continued on and didn't ...
... I want that job. It also reminds me of the cleaners in the Wool series.
After that, we went to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. It is enormous and offers great views from the top (and thank goodness, an elevator to get there). Basilique Nationale du Sacré-Cœur - this is the correct name in French. It's fairly modern and has unusual stained glass windows.
From there, to the ...
... more changes. The Senne had become a serious health hazard, and from 1867 to 1871 its entire course through the urban area was completely covered over. This allowed urban renewal ...
... merchants sold their wares in open stalls. After a quick lunch we made arrangements to take two hour walking tour of the city. Typical of any European tour, we visited several churches which are famous for one thing or another. We also passed the biggest tourist attraction in Brussels, Manneken Pis. It's a statue from 1619 of a little boy urinating. Famous leaders from all over the world bring this tiny statue clothing representative of ...
... one hell of a quirky, weird, unpredictable and emotionally complex person. But beautiful nonetheless.
-That the most important aspect of a human being is his soul and how important it is to dance through life with "it" being intact.
Over the years, DM made me cry, smile, frown, upset, happy, melancholic, ... in a nutshell, it is my EMO-nition (as in "ammunition", get it?). DM taught me how to appreciate emotions and navigate them ...