Ibis Mons Centre Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... as the sun was setting. Nothing spectacular, other than the lovely town hall, but a really vibrant atmosphere of a lived in city centre on a Friday evening. I really liked it.
There are several bars around the Grand Place, but our favourite was Le Cervoise. A narrow place that you could overlook, it ...
... us know his thoughts. We tried explaining to him that it was common for people to stay in hostels and when he is older backpacking around Europe with his mates, he will stay in many hostels. After checking in and lugging our luggage up three stories of stairs and finally finding a parking space in the city we ventured out to explore this city.
Mons on approach, is not a very pretty or pleasant looking place, however once you find your ...
... kids flying into oncoming traffic. The booths were all on a major shopping street, so you passed Starbucks and Burger King as you shopped the ornaments and local cuisine. This market had as much Christmas spirit as a lump of coal.
13. Nyhavn - What a waste. Nyhavn is a great area in Copenhagen right by the pier. They could've had a Christmas market extending out onto a boat...or something like that to make it special. Instead, they had a few booths with really ...
... in there. He apparently has over 800 costumes. His St. Patrick's Day costume was missing so we saw that he was wearing it today. We walked to where he was. There was a huge crowd but there he was, wearing his little St. Patrick's Day outfit.
After that we headed back to the apartment. When we got on the bus, I thought Liz was behind me but when I sat down she wasn't there. After a little while of silently freaking out, the crowd cleared enough ...
... Adventures of Tintin and its creator Hergé. The style of the Tintin comics and their history is examined, including life-size models of characters and sets from Tintin's adventures. I then made my way to a gallery in the bottom of Brussels' ...