Ibis Brussels Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and luckily there are still some left amongst the concrete and get-drunk-and-puke-fast-style bars catering to 20-year-olds on gap year holidays. We went to the original Morte Subite ("Sudden Death") beer cafe, which is the home of Belgium's famous Morte Subite beer. We had lambics and blonde beers in what felt like a Parisian bistro, and then we finished off the evening at Au Bon Vieux Temps, a beer ...
... Falstaff, a delightful Art Nouveau cafe. I finally got to try Belgian endive au gratin, which was an endive head wrapped in ham, and baked with potato and bechamel cheese sauce. Lovely filling Belgian tucker! Pete had duck and foie gras salad! Head home through lively and always surprising Brussels, a city of great contrasts, with quirky elements, a place that knows how to have a good time, and doesn't take itself too seriously. There would be worse places to live....except for the ...
Hi Friends and Family,
Before we start, how good was Steve Smith's innings? Fair dinkum, even if we had lost, that is a great effort. To come in after an ordinary start and score at a run a ball from almost his first delivery. Outstanding!
Oh and by the way I have had to stop commenting on the beer as now there are just so many labels and choices of fine Belgian and German beers. Too many to describe but let me assure you that perhaps, along ...
... a waffle cafe and had the most delectable and I'm sure fat free (NOT!!!!!!) waffle. I was in waffle heaven! Wayne settled for a Belgian caramel and chocolate ice cream which was also delicious. The Belgians sure know how to make chocolate!
We continued our walk taking lots of photos along the way (I know - very unusual for captain Kodak and co). It is a very pretty city and vibrant with people, markets and restaurants. We didn't ...
Throughout this time, Brussels remained mostly a Dutch-speaking city,
though until 1921 French was the sole language of administration.
However, in 1921, ...