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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that the brass band is just ahead of the carriage in the parade and has to hustle up the hill to keep from being overrun! We then boarded our buses to visit the St Symphorien Cemetery of German and Allied war graves from the first world war. It has the graves of the first and last Allied soldiers who died during the official period of the war, with the last soldier perishing just 3 minutes before the 11th minute of the 11th hour... Our ...
... enjoyed waffles of two different types. The Brussels waffle was square and not sweet at all which is usually served with chocolate or whipped cream on top. The Liege waffle is oval with chunks of sugar in the dough that caramelize when cooked, usually eaten plain because of its sweetness. For dinner we had Stoemp which is creamy mashed potatoes loaded with vegetables and ...
... We did not linger, do anything rude, or look suspicious in anyway. Shortly after, though, a guard on the other side of the fence followed us down the road, tracked one of us down asking her to delete all of her pictures, and then asked us (except for me!) to do the same if we had them. I still have not looked into why, exactly, this was requested of us. Perhaps it is standard protocol, or maybe someone special and important ...
... stumbled upon the beautiful Cathédrale and then found our way to Galleries Saint-Hubert for waffles at Mokafe. While we did very little research, one thing I can assure you of is that I spent a good amount of time finding the best waffles in Brussels. I believe that I won at this particular venture. As David put it, these waffles were life-changing – the batter, the chocolate, everything – it was all perfect. Walking out of the Galleries, we ended up in the ...
... age (I think this one is 30) to stay.
Kim and I were a little nervous checking in, because we booked a co-ed room so we didn't know if we'd have guy roommates. Turns out we do--but they're very nice--2 boys from Amsterdam just starting their summer holiday. We chatted for a bit, and they invited us to go out, but we were pretty tired. However, the boys wound up staying in, too, as they both passed out about a half hour after making evening plans:D