La Legende Hotel
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... my life
- (related to the previous item) An REI travel towel is not effective to fully dry my over 6ft frame
-I get the urge to push over those really tiny cars every single time I see one (and it sorta scares me)
... a spiral oak circular stairway to the first floor. Oak and portraits of dogs in human clothes. We splurge, Moules mariniere, frites and mayonnaise and a menu, of cheese croquettes, followed by rabbit braised in a sauce of tomato, mustard and marjoram with a demi of vin rouge.
The waiter is perfect. We take a break with a walk around the Basilix, then a nightcap of beer and Perrier water with cassis. And yes, the liege ...
... ice cream bar. I watched a behind the scenes documentary on the making of SkyFall. Interesting. And then a half hour cooking show with Nigella Lawson called Nigellisima, where she made some Italian dishes. Remember when her kids made a few appearances in her earlier programmes? Well they've grown up a bit, and lets just say, in my opinion, the SON got a hot genes :/ I can't wait to discover the wonders of Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International ...
The next morning we walked all the way down from Mady's apartment to La Grand Place - about an hour's walk, it was a blue sky day and really beautiful. I really needed a coffee though, and to-go coffees are really hard to find in Brussels! We saw Porte de Hal and then headed to the Magritte Museum - it was really amazing, I definitely recommend it! Then we took the tram all the way out of town to see ...
Brussels is a beautiful city.
As we wandered the streets looking for our hostel we stumbled across castle ruins, centuries old buildings and parks. We dined on mussels, soups and Trappists (monk-made beer) for 3 days while exploring one of the largest collections of musical instruments, and art galleries strewn with Magritte.
Grand Place is an awesome city square surrounded ...