Hotel de Fierlant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de Fierlant Vorst
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... will try and rip a tourist off. No one speaks English. Everyone smokes, everywhere including in hotel rooms and indoor bars. So many homeless people hounding you on the streets. Nothing like the UK or Canada/America. And yet I love it here, they are so layer back. One reassuring thing is I won't get hit by a car crossing the street since they drive on the same side as us. That was one hard thing about Britain. ...
... languages, Dutch, German or French, then you are at a disadvantage. Fair enough as English would be the fourth language.
-we did a nearly 2 hour hike through uninspiring bog and forest. It was about what I expected would happen. But it was good to stretch our legs.
-then back into the car and off to Brussels. We hit some ...
... from when she was here with the balls of the Atomium positioned perfectly between her legs! We failed miserably on the photogenic bums and creative photographic ability front, but we had fun doing it! The Atomium is an unusual construction of 9 huge metal balls and has something to do with atomic energy, which was built for the World Exhibition in 1958, and is meant to represent an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times.
Thanks to Use-It we also got a free panorama of the ...
On our way up to Amsterdam, we stopped at Brussels to find another Hard Rock Cafe. We were only in Brussels for an hour, but it was beautiful! Exactly what I thought of when I pictured old European city. All of the buildings were very ornate and there were chocolate shops everywhere! I even saw my own shop (name spelled different but close ...
... which we enjoyed while visiting the many gourmet chocolate shops lining the streets. We discovered that Godiva was founded here in 1926. Many of the bars including the famous delirium cafe had huge selections of Belgium beer to try including a delicious "kriek" beer brewed with wild yeast and sour pitted cherries. We also tried Trappist beers which are actually brewed by ...