Hotel Le Monte Cristo
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Merinda, Cam and I hired a car and drove from Brugge to Mons. On the way we stopped off at Waterloo, where Napoleons final battle took place on the 18th June 1815. To be honest I didn’t really know too much about this and any French history I had learnt at the start of my trip became a blur and mixture with history from other countries. So …
... that 'sucker tourist' sticker off our foreheads.
After checking into our Hotel, we settled into our room and had a rest before hitting the streets. We are in a great location, right in the heart of the city and everything is within walking distance. We made our way through the Grand place, voted Europe's most beautiful square, lined with gilded buildings from the late 17th century and the Gothic Town Hall. As we wandered through the city, ...
... but German troops did not cause much damage. In World War II
the city was again occupied, and was spared major damage during its
occupation by German forces before it ...
... and it looked as amazing as it did the day before, and surprisingly clean for such a huge event. We quickly took to a food stall and got us some breakfast and watched all the people roll on in whilst we ate. You could tell some of the people it was only their first day cos they had nice new clothes on and ones that were silly enough had heels on.. I had the same shorts, and yesterday's stinky brown €7 shoes I bought that got drenched in all the muddy puddles from when it ...
... reason, Belgium is a must visit to feed one's soul with great music... and sweets.
On a personal level, this was an awesome short trip because beyond the music and my obsession with DM, on such a rare occasion, I was able to spend a meaningful moment with such dear friends. Doing so turned out to be equally thrilling as hiking up mountains. Truly, it was beyond just simply "catching up with Depeche Mode."