Le Joli-Bois Hotel
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... just saying!! So just getting ready to have dinner in the lovely garden of the hotel (it used to be the crazy golf course) and I forgot to mention in the hotel the rooms are named after the generals who fought in the battle of Waterloo - our little room is named after the Prussian General Blucher (funny I keep thinking of Frau Blucher in the film Young Frankenstein!) So decided to have dinner at hotel tonight ...
... an ATM I could use. I found a Middle Eastern candy/ cookie shop - so I stopped and picked up a couple pieces. They were good - but different. So, with the help of yelp! I found a very interesting restaurant for dinner. It's called Le Fin de Sievcle. It serves rustic Belgian food. There is no sign ... And they don't take reservations and they don't take credit cards. I love the vibe of this place. Just wish ...
... had really been stolen. The entire way home I slowly broke down of the fact that it was gone. My iPhone had fueled my entire trip with pictures, helpful maps, and internet connection, but now it was gone forever. We gave up on the night and just went to sleep. (That was just painful to relive...)
Saturday, Alec was coming into town all the way from Munich! So, Gavin and I headed to the train station to drop him off on his train and pick up Alec ...
... endive) rolled in ham au gratin. This was followed by orange slices in syrup with biscuits and icecream - boy were we full by the end!
Then spent time with the family - both JP and Rebecca play the piano really well. We showed each other some photos, including our respective weddings etc - a really lovely evening with true friends.
Off to Paris tomorrow, however it will be sad to leave the Labeau family - we have encouraged them to come and visit us in Australia.
... France then during our last trip to Europe.
They took us to their home in Braine L'Alleud, a town just south of Brussels. It is a lovely three story house with a great view from the terrace on the second floor – it overlooks the countryside and you can see the Lion Mound, which is large monument commemorating the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
I had a Belgium beer with Jean-Philippe sitting on the terrace – he said I should ...