Hotel du Congres
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... as expensive as our train fare to Brussels. We were about 2 hours early for our train so hauled all the bags over the road from the station to a cafe where we sat on the roadside and watched the world go by as we ate lunch. Was all pretty normal till some woman started screeching at the top of her voice no idea what it was about as all in French, she looked to be one of the beggars hanging around the entrance to the train station, she was really ready loud, then another 3 or 4 ...
... when we were finished he was spotless...and I was like a four year old with cake. A mess. It was such a lovely evening though, and we finished by getting his guitar and jamming in the lounge. He is a wonderful singer with a raw and beautiful voice. I'm ashamed to say that my first night in Brussels did end with me in bed by 7:50. Oh well, all those steps in Luxembourg have finally caught up. Lisa ...
... church on the main square unfortunately a portable Ferris wheel had been installed for the Christmas season right in front of it. The guide said we wouldn't want to take picture of the anyway since the towers where covered with scaffolding
We had time to also admire the belfry tower on the other side of the tower.
about 30min in the bus to us to Bruges
We had about 3hrs allocated and could have stayed ...
... spread out along the square. In addition, an Ethan Allen store is there as well, thought they only existed in Mequon.
Head out of the square and make my way down to a little residential area that seems very nice and new. Little Belgian apartments, nothing too fancy, but located in a great part of town a stones throw from the Grand Place, wouldn't be a bad place to live, though quite expensive I imagine.
... I smile at people perhaps even more often than usual and am greeted by kindly older ladies who wave "bonjour" at me. With my limited French I enjoy the opportunity to say "Bonjour. Savah?" and I am reminded of the opening scene in the French provincial town from 'Beauty and the Beast'.
I wander through a glass arched arcade lined with boutique chocolate shops, antiques and cafes and notice ...