Hotel de la Madeleine
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel de la Madeleine Brussels
But also only the 2nd place in Europe to want to charge us for Internet access. Thankfully we are within reach of a free provider within our room.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de la Madeleine Brussels
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... and ques formed left, right and center. Dianne found a place for the night in a charming Jane Austen style hostel and was re-booked for the next afternoon.
Myself, alone in Brussels, had to find wifi and figure out how to navigate the city to get to the Air bnb Dianne had booked. However since Dianne had booked it, and since Dianne is usually in charge of city navigation (I am international travel) I had no map and no idea where I was. ...
... museum explores the origin of chocolate, the method of production and the history of its consumption. It very interestingly explores how chocolate made from beans from different countries can taste very different and offers a 'tasting' of chocolate wafers allowing for comparisons. At the end of the tour we were treated to a demonstration by a master chocolatier. He showed how the filled chocolate prailines are made, how to use moulds for hollow chocolates ...
... sausage, which is a traditional Belgian dish. We also saw the famous "peeing baby" statue (which we were surprised how small the statue was), the royal palace grounds, a musical instrument museum, and the Brussels opera house. Brussels is the political capital of Europe, and houses the headquarters of the European Union, which was very interesting to see and learn about its ...
... game took us to the first room. The game board followed the layout of the "wing" of the museum we were in. The game turned out to be similar to Clue, however, it could be played as a team. There were multiple sets of cards: two sets that were the "who-done-it" pieces (one set with suspects who were people from the paintings, sculptures, and engravings at the museum, one set with "weapons" which were items like clocks, pitchers, and candlesticks from ...
... my journey starts...
The last few years, months i've been thinking, talking, dreaming, laughing and brain-storming a lot about this trip. It's an adventure i absolutely wanted to experience without knowing where it'll take me. Despite of all the preparations, i'm sure i'll be surprised every day on the most unexpected moments.