Ibis Styles Meeting Center Louvain la Neuve
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Our long day of traveling began with a long morning of getting ready. John made amazing omelettes for breakfast. They had caramelized onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, brie and spices. We also had these little sweet bread slash muffin things called Madeline's(?). Yum. After breakfast we made sandwiches for the train and packed our bags. We also attempted to cut John's hair with the clippers. I would say that it is pretty good for two people who have never done that sort ...
... both at a time when the city was fully ringed by a most and a done wall. It also explained some important history of the city and the square. For example, in 1695, a French siege destroyed 4000 mostly wooden buildings but missed the dominating gothic tower of the city hall building. The city and building owners, mostly business groups and trade guilds built them back stronger and in stone. Then we began walking uphill to upper town. Brussels was built on the side of a ...
... just wasn’t a whole lot opened. We finally found a place. I had a waffle (which was to die for) and Jer had a salad and sandwich looking thing (he thought he was getting quiche). Because we had gotten up so early to catch our train, I was feeling exhausted, so we headed back to the hostel and I had a little nap.
Our hostel room was kind of interesting. We had an ensuite bathroom, but you wouldn’t know it on first glimpse. The doors leading to ...
... which Jon thought was quite amusing and had to get a picture. Holland lost the game so we wandered over past all the coffee shops toward the Red Light District for a good laugh. While we were there we chose to go to a bar that played Dutch and not American music (a rare find) where Jon got his butt kicked in Liar's dice by a local girl named "TP."
We got back to our room on the boat about 3:30am and slept til 10. After ...
Today we enjoyed amazing waffles and much delicious beer, for about 4 hours...Little Delirium is amazing. I can't say we know Brussels very well but we know what matters, tomorrow we will see the rest of the sights and enjoy many more sights...for now i can say I have been what i enjoy but this city seems amazing, josh z I am jealous you lived here for 5 months last year...