Hotel Ter Elst
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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... Jeanneke Pis, which is found down a narrow alley next to the Delirium Tremens brewery (DT is a very high-alcohol beer, so you have to dodge the drunks in the alley). Like Mannekin Pis, she too is peeing fountain water, but in more of a squat. Charming, really.
After viewing more of the twisty, cobblestone streets of Old Town, we stopped for a beer. I'm working through the fruity lambics today- I had a peche (peach) lambic ...
... right?) We also saw several golden metal sea shells embedded in the ground. Mick told us that these could be found in many places in Europe, and they are supposed to be a kind of GPS landmark for the people partaking on the pilgrimage called "El Camino", which my cousin Ali is participating in! We walked through the square with all the museums, through the park, and all over. Finally, the tour ended around 2:30. We had met a pair of Swiss sisters, Melanie and Natalie, ...
... is hard to find whereas the Dutch are well known for their command of numerous languages.Also, there seems to be an inordinate level of interest in providing chips and mayonnaise with every meal; and I mean, every meal. You will see menus out the front advertising Beef with Noodles and a plate of chips; as though that is the selling point! What thu? I even saw pictures of all types of Kebabs that include chips wrapped in with the meat or a side plate..Go ...
... the city and found ourselves in the Turkish district. We're starting to feel like we've covered more countries on this holiday than just Belgium.
Ghent is a nice place to spend a day and a half, but we all decided it didn't warrant any more time. What we did love about the first afternoon we were there was the great weather and the fact that it was a little like Venice. The houses are right on ... well, actually, IN ... the ...
... opened in 1976. Starting from the early 1960s, Brussels became the de facto capital of what would become the European Union,
and many modern buildings were built. ...