Hotel Le Monte Cristo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... buildings all around it. We loved the atmosphere so decided to have a drink and meal (Plat du Jour) with fine Belgian beers which was Steve and Nanka’s treat. There were some strolling musicians playing South America songs but they were dressed as Middle Ages troubadours, black velvet with gold braiding and sashes. There were also artist working and selling their work. We were very impressed with in the inner city.
When we left ...
Since I had no place to stay in Brussels and I was going to be there for 24 hours, I placed my luggage in a locker and took the train in to the city. I had spent a few hours in Brussels about 10 years ago when I was on a escorted tour of London, Amsterdam and Paris. I did not see much of Brussels at that time so I was anxious to be able to see more. I wanted to see the Atomium which was built for the 1958 World's fair. It ...
... for some reason and listed out a bunch of cities. So we got on the train and figured as long as we went in the right direction, we would be fine. After two stops, the train stopped in Leuven (home of the Stella Artois factory) and everyone in our car got off. I asked the conductor (more French!) how to get to Liege and thankfully he said we just stayed in the car we were on. Had we been in a different car, we might have ended up in some ...
... and the leaves are crispy underfoot. I can almost smell the turkey dinner that will be eaten this weekend, complete with bacon and whipped potatoes and carrots, and finished off with a homemade pumpkin pie.
Instead, I'm sitting in my freezing cold room with my "cozy socks" on, eating a cross between a quiche and an omelette, and preparing the ingredients for a rice and vegetable soup. Even when my Nana died on Thanksgiving weekend, we still had a ...
Aug 23rd. Brussels.
Got into the hostel at 11:30 but the rooms aren't open until 3, a bit weird to have it so late... So I had lunch in their cool outdoor area then went out. I walked through an ethnic hot spot of Arab looking ppl, Muslims, blacks & homeless to reach St Mary's church, which was closed. I visited the congressional pillar of congress, or some such **** that was only in French, all ...