Ibis Brussels Waterloo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Brussels Waterloo
Travel Blogs from Waterloo
... Brussels but it was full and in a sleepy area and the manager suggested we go to Waterloo. This we did and we are glad we did. We walked down the street and visited the TO and did some shopping. Waterloo is the site of the battle of Waterloo of 200 years ago between Wellington and Napoleons. We went to dinner in the hotel, separate from the hotel, had a nice ...
... Belgium specialties ( or at least their cliques manifestations) to the tourists and visitors. Belgium is the HQ of NATO and the capital of the European Union and Belgium, so a bulk of it's visitors are businessmen, politicians, aids, and lobbyists. Nearby we passed by lace and tapestry shops, both important exports from the city as well as chocolates and beer, and even dipped into a few cafés, famous for their early 1900s decor. We then ended up at small statue of ...
... garden area was so nice - have to say we were blown away with the food - we chose different starters and afters but chose same main - we both enjoyed it immensely and their also did a wine pairing with each course which was excellent - fully sated now and hope to have a good sleep before we depart on the longest part of our trip tomorrow - all the way to Lucerne - almost as long as driving from London to ...
... and see a bit of the city as we went. We saw a couple of nice spots we thought we'd visit later.
After arriving at our Hotel and checking in we decided to pop out for a drink and see what this Belgium Beer was that everyone raved about. We wander down the road, past an amazing church and found a bar that a lot of locals were drinking at. After deciding what we wanted we headed to the bar and attempted to order and a lot of confusion we managed ...
Take a look at the photos on yesterday's blog - there are some more.
Well, another big day in Belgium!
After a lovely continental breakfast in our B&B, Jean-Philippe, Christine and Rebecca picked us up for a visit to Brugge, which is in the north of Belgium. The area is Flemish and people living there speak in Dutch - the south ...