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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 1916. After researching this battle we know that it was a hard and tough battle that started in early August and into September for the Australian soldiers until they were relieved by Canadian forces. During this time Australia suffered casualties and as we looked out over the lush green farmland we tried to imagine what Harold must have gone through seeing his mates being badly wounded or killed, not knowing when your number would be up. The area is ...
... is still used for this function. It is noted for a small monkey statue on the wall. No-one seems to know why it is there, but it is said that if you rub it, it will bring good luck. And additionally, if your rub it with your left hand, it will improve fertility. Rest assured, I didn't touch the thing with either hand, just in case!!!! (But I was quite alarmed by the people who did rub it with their left hands!). We viewed a tapestry in the ...
... arrive at 6.30am Friday morning.
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... garden is your thing), and it was mobbed by Japanese. I felt a little silly taking a picture of it but you know that old saying, "When in Brussels …." The walking tour ended in the Grand Place, where Christian pointed out all the lovely buildings, many from the 17th century. Victor Hugo lived in one, and Karl Marx got kicked out of another (that guy really got around). A building with a large swan over the doorway once belonged to the butchers' guild and another one ...
... incident but we felt like the damage had basically been done at that point and we declined.
The next morning, we woke up and grabbed breakfast at the hostel. After some rather confusing discussions with the French-speaking hostel worker, we received 20 euro to compensate for our troubles the night before. Meanwhile, Mr. Jerk Puker was still passed out in his bed and did not take 5 minutes out of his hangover to apologize for the previous ...