La Tour D'Argent
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I wanted to write this as a separate entry, because I was actually a little shaken up at the thought of it on Friday, and I didn't want to post something somewhat depressing on the Oktoberfest entry.
Since I'm a poor student, I look for the cheapest flight (within reason: the cheapest flight to Bruxelles was a 33 hour epic trek from Vancouver to Hong Kong to Helsinki to Belgium. Uh no.), which often means connecting somewhere. My trip to Munich was ...
... get to the courthouse. Once inside you couldn't take photos cause the whole building couldn't fit in your camera view. Even the doors leading inside are huge as you can see on my photo.
The T- shirt with our flag on costs R235.90.
It only occurred to me much later, after seeing figures outside shops as well as graffiti painted on the wall,that this is the land of comic books with Tintin and snowy etc.
tomorrow it's off to see the queen......
... 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 ...
... not care about anyone in the place and where the worst help ever. We went outside and found our first 'Friterie' a hot food cart that sells delicious fries with ketchup and mayo. It was awesome. We also decided to start drinking and ordered some beer. It was the worst beer I have ever tasted. Maddie drank about a sip of hers and then gave it to me to finish.
That night we walked down to the city where streets turned off into smaller streets that ...
... we had came, but ended up taking a slightly varied route as we neared the Grand Place. Now that I think about it, it may have been because we (I) wanted to see Mannekin Pis. For those who are wondering, this is a statue of a little boy peeing that is part of a fountain. He is one of the most popular attractions in Brussels. I don't know the entire history, but I believe he has been around for a few hundred years and I know that he is usually dressed up ...
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17 Chaussee de Namur, Gembloux | 4 star hotelfrom $140