La Tour D'Argent
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... Brussels has a lot of heritage!) and then I kept getting distracted and lost while trying to follow the different walking routes, so I eventually gave up and did my own thing. I’ll keep the maps and booklet for future exploration – even though I might not be able to go in all the buildings (some are usually closed to the public, or don’t always welcome transient looky-loos), I can at least march around at my leisure, hopefully ...
... of my day.
Then we walked around the city some more, ate more chocolate and got more waffles. We also had to get our own cone of fries, I choose to get mine with ketchup even though the traditional choice is mayo. It's still an adjustment to get use to paying for ketchup but you have no choice. We decided to head back to Centraal around dinner time and find the train that would take us to our next stop...Brugge!
... At the time he was 31 years old leaving behind my mother who was two years old and her sister Lynn who was a just a baby (10 months old).
Our hotel in Gembloux is great- Best Western- and the view from the balcony is much better than it was in the hotel in Brussels.
Upon arriving in Gembloux we headed to the town centre in search of lunch. To our surprise most of the cafes were ...
... apparently she doesn't just travel with an expired visa and NIE, she also travels with no funds in her cell phone. So the call didn't go through.
Instead, I met up with Isabel near parliament and we went into a pub nearby. She had just gotten out of French class (she already speaks German and English perfectly, and some Spanish, and now French). Her entire French class was there, so I got to have beer with her, a guy from Barcelona, a ...
... much to do and it doesn’t have old ruins like Rome or any big famous landmarks like Paris, it had friendly atmosphere to it. I liked that it didn’t have that big city feel. There were lots of cute boutique clothing stores and a lot of art galleries that made it feel cultured. Oh and did I mention the chocolate? I’m glad we made this stop on the trip.
That’s all for now folks,
Lauren and ...
Other places to stay in Gembloux
17 Chaussee de Namur, Gembloux | 4 star hotelfrom $140