Hotel Noga Brussels
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... online by understanding what actually goes in that cocktail and select 2 flavours of the Genever to be consumed neat without any mixing. The bartender a professional guy makes your drink look sexy & one of the best to be tasted, and what do you know, it actually turned out that the drinks we ordered were out of this world. 2 genevers with a cocktail each is what we get at the museum. Genever is the alcoholic flavour used for cocktails at the Bol's. It contains over 50% ...
... to find our hotel but perhaps in not the most direct route. After getting our courage up to deal with the tourists again, we had two main missions, one find the most direct route to the train station for our morning commute back to the airport and two, find a good place for dinner.
I'm pleased to report both were accomplished along with some sight-seeing and arrived back in Toronto safe and sound with some great memories!
... hire car and went to railway station to catch train to Brussels. Had a two hour wait for our train but we're able to purchase a much cheaper ticket on an earlier train and got into Brussels about 4pm. Walked around Grand Palace square and St Michaels cathedral. We are staying at Raddison hotel which is 5 star and very flash. Dinner in the hotel restaurant with tour group ...
... a few comics have been translated into English, but those that have include Tin Tin, The Smurfs, and my childhood favourite, Asterix (although there's a debate with the French over who can really claim that one). I've added re-reading all of the Asterix books to my to-do list when I'm back in New Zealand.
At the moment there's a large Latvian festival happening to celebrate the election of a Latvian EU President. For those unaware, Brussels is the seat of the ...
... which is currently being turned into a beer temple. We went to the cathedral which was only completed for a royal wedding in recent years. The walking tour also discussed the reign of King Leopald II and the impact he had on the Republic of Congo. King Leopald II wanted land so he bought the congo, which he then discovered had excellent resources for tires. He then had the Congolese work under terrible conditions ...