Hotel de Fierlant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... the “Bars to Visit” list. It also appears to be on everyone else’s “Bars to Visit” list so we troop back down the stairs, having only time for a cursory glance at the puppets and dolls hanging from the walls and ceiling. We will come back on Monday we state confidently.
**Useful Tip No 2** Poechenellekelder is closed on Mondays
Poechenellekelder’s loss was Taverne Mannekin Pis’ gain. With ...
Day 3 Chocolate and ******* Boys Today is a very exciting day...not only are we off to walk the corridors of Belgium's First Couple's home ... the royal palace, but we are off to learn the art of making chocolates ... Belgian Chocolates. We start our day with a walk through the streets of Brussels admiring the many gold guilded Guild Houses. The kids were quickly sidetracked by the many souvenir shops, but there was only "inappropriate gifts mum, ...
... Place is still my favorite square. Its the most grand looking) with a bell tower as one focus. I didn't have a chance to climb it though. I had planned to do this when the others went on a bike ride. However, when I said I wasn't going on the bike ride both Maureen and Mike had looks of astonishment on their faces and together said, " you have to ride a bike in Bruges. It's the best way to see the city." ...
... Chris and her two great children, Allison and Thomas! We had dinner at a fantastic restaurant where Sandy and I had the duck! Very good. And excellent Belgian French Fries. They say French Fries were really Belgian Fries...just across the border. We also heard they are double fried and sometimes fried in horse fat...and always enjoyed with mayonnaise or some other topping other than ketchup! After dinner, we headed to a ...
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After lunch, I wandered back to the BD place. It had been high on my list of things to visit anyways, and it was starting to rain again, so I figured now was as good a time as any. The building that houses it was built in the 1800s as a warehouse, and was designed by Victor Horta, a man who is one of the most important contributors to Belgian Art Nouveau. In the 1970s, the building – falling apart ...