Hotel Ter Elst
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on time in Paris - hotel well positioned and appointed. Took a few photos on the way into the city. Went to a '7-11' equivalent called 'monop' and bought cold meat and salad for a simple dinner.
Ros spent an uncomfortable time on the Coach today and is developing an irritating cough and feeling slightly off color like so many of our fellow travelers before ...
... jobs to do that have been on hold whilst we go sailing and enjoying ourselves. When we return with the car we will have Tony and Jean with us for a week’s cruising as a thank you for all their help at home looking after the garden and generally keeping an eye on things for us.
We were glad we made the effort yesterday as we had more rain ...
... any larger than it is. Hilarious. We finally got to escape from the rain and had a break at a local cafe bar. I broke down and bought my first Belgian waffle here because as you walk down the main tourist strip the air smells like waffles and when you can't smell waffles, you smell chocolate instead and also, I have no self-restraint when it comes to food. I am not complaining at all. I ate every single crumb of that waffle. Going back out into the wind and ...
... So, Friday, February 28 was presaged long ago.
What I didn’t realize was how incredibly hard it was going to be. I know that I have a problem leaving places; it’s as if I can’t live happily somewhere unless it grows on me and becomes a part of me. The thing is, I didn’t even particularly like Bruxelles at the beginning, so I didn’t expect to have this sort of reaction. On Thursday, I went out for lunch with ...
... indulge in bottomless beer, which explains the shakiness of some of the revellers. We passed by part of the medieval wall surrounding the centre and got to the Palace of Justice, gigantic stone structure with huge marble columns and arches and a dome higher than Rome's St. Peter's Cathedral. It was surrounded by scaffolding and seemed to be enormously expensive to heat and maintain from what I could gather by walking through. It remains that Belgium was once an ...