Le Grand Colombier Hotel
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... br> Arriving at the Liber hostel, it wasn't long until we were all downstairs together again in the bar, all dressed in our Xmas jumpers! The barman taught us how to order a beer if it was busy by raising your pinky finger, and if it's Duvel you want, to make a devil sign with your fingers (pointing finger and pinky up, the rest bent).
Next stop - the Bruge Christmas markets, in the main square for some tasty bratwurst, and the start of one too many mulled wines. Jenni and ...
... spread out along the square. In addition, an Ethan Allen store is there as well, thought they only existed in Mequon.
Head out of the square and make my way down to a little residential area that seems very nice and new. Little Belgian apartments, nothing too fancy, but located in a great part of town a stones throw from the Grand Place, wouldn't be a bad place to live, though quite expensive I imagine.
I had an amazing sleep last night, I woke up well rested and ready to start my activities. Since I am in Belgium I decided to get waffles for breakfast. Before I left I left the room I looked on trip advisor and found the Maison Dandoy Tea Room.
I visited the Tea Room around 10 am. There were plenty of seats upstairs. ...
Arriving in Belgium
Having farewelled Paris we boarded the TGV train to Brussels where we were to reunite with the Clarke family. The girls couldn't wait to see where Rebecca and James lived!
Our first hurdle however was to navigate our way to Turvuren from the train station. Sounds simple enough...but Belgium have some funny road rules, like giving way to cars on the right who are entering the main road you are travelling on! ( Note: this would be like giving way ...
... out of various establishments congregating in front of the Bourse to the sounds of cheers, horns, chants, and drums. The kids loved blowing their horn and I think I have hearing loss from it. We cheered in the streets for a while until it got really crowded and we saw someone set off a flare in celebration. It's been a couple hours and we still hear horns and have hid the kids' ...