Hotel de la Madeleine
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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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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... and this had to be the funniest experience ever. We took it the way real Belgians do, with just powdered sugar and then got to talking with the owner who was French, but had lived in Bruges for many years now. She talked to us about pick-pocketers and did funny hand gestures for a lot of different explanations. She told us that Belgium is one of the safest places to go, unlike other countries, but she suggested visiting everything we could. Then she told us funny stories ...
... to pick the country that we’d never been to, is close in proximity to London and could be enjoyed in three days. After a quick 45 minute flight we landed in Brussels and immediately hopped onto the train to Bruges. Now this city was never part of the original plan, but after countless recommendations from friends and family (and because Jason had watched the movie 'In Brugge’), we knew we had to see it for ourselves.
... here and forms the subject of W. H. Auden's famous poem Musée des Beaux Arts, named after the museum.
Finally, I visited the Musical Instrument Museum, part of the Royal Museums for Arts and History and internationally renowned for its collection of over 8000 instruments. The museum's ...
... am sure this would differ outside of the inner-city itself, butI cannot say I found Brussels to be anything more than a large, bustling city with empty streets during work hours and a public transport overload in the mornings and evenings. I would personally recommend a day or two is enough to see Brussels and would instead suggest a day trip to one of the above mentioned cities in Belgium, justa short train ride away.
... the Eurostar, it left from Waterloo so it was lovely to see what a great job has been done in creating the newish annex to Kings Cross Station. We checked in and before long were en route to Brussels (via Calais and Lille). To celebrate Mum's first time in France, albeit at speeds of hundreds of kilometres an hour, we popped a bottle of champagne, as opposed to sparkling wine - the ideal accompaniment to our eggs rolls with french mustard. ...