Le Dome Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... a margarita pizza for my companion. I personally was happy with the baked fish & chips we ordered. We also tasted the wine at the hotel Brasserie Du Cercle where one was dry & the other one a lot more fruity. I preferred the fruity one, & decided to buy the same for my father on our way out of the country.
On the 5th day we toured around Luxembourg, leaving not one lane. The fortified city called ‘The Royal Dutche of ...
... were struggling to find somewhere/anywhere to go. The Irish guys just decided to head to the Netherlands cause that was the closest decent place he could find. I'm not sure what's going on cause there were empty beds in my room last night. Late night partiers that checked in dropped their bags and didn't return til it was time to check out.
Aside for a quick wander about town I've spent most of my day at Starbucks trying to ...
... the other 21 languages.
Next, we visited the Parlamentarium, an interactive museum that highlighted the history of the formation of the EU dating back to the First World War and tracing its history to the present. There were a number of interactive exhibits that catered to our language through the use of an earpiece and smart device. This would have worked the same for any of the 24 languages available. Personal biographies, ...
... br> In Belgium, beer is an obvious one. With over 2000 different types and a motto 'beer is proof that god loves us and wants us to be happy' beaming, it would be rude not to. Nothing was easier than finding a good beer In Belgium. A good strong beer Infact. The glass of 12 percent, left us swimming. The cherry coconut and numerous other flavours we consumed, buzzing.
Of course, hand in hand with beer, came food. Frites were on every corner and waffles ...
... museum explores the origin of chocolate, the method of production and the history of its consumption. It very interestingly explores how chocolate made from beans from different countries can taste very different and offers a 'tasting' of chocolate wafers allowing for comparisons. At the end of the tour we were treated to a demonstration by a master chocolatier. He showed how the filled chocolate prailines are made, how to use moulds for hollow chocolates ...