Le Relais Du Marquis
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... murals (see the photos) on various walls. If you get a map from the tourist bureau you can wander the city and look at all the comic murals. Once you've seen the comic walls during the day and admired the Grand Palace Plaza at night (1 day total) it is time to go out to the Bruges region which is lovely. Sample Original Belgium chocolate = ...
... at a Belgian restaurant that was in a courtyard, we sat under the trees and listened to the music played. I got apple juice with a beef dish that had a really good sauce, the food tasted just like my moms. Jason got these two sausages that were outstandingly good! Better than the sausage that we ate at the hotel for breakfast in Paris! We walked home after dinner and watched French TV, only because there was no English. We were excited for the next day ahead of us in ...
... the Atomium. This is a structure from the 1958 World Fair - consisting of nine gigantic balls representing an iron crystal lattice enlarged 165 billion times. It could be viewed vaguely with the rain - but managed to get some good shots when the sky cleared. It was 7pm and we got back to the hotel. There was a cinema just across the hotel we we watched the Russell Crow acting Noah. And had fast food fried chicken for dinner (Hector ...
... goodbye to would be going out for dinner later that evening. I do regret not seeing the Turkish intern one last time, because we never had a chance to really, truly say goodbye. Maybe it’s better that way.
As I surrendered my residency permit and my security badge, I felt a sense of loss. I was no longer the intern at Bureaucracy – now I was an ordinary Canadian traveller with no job. It started raining as I rode the tram home ...
I had a very brief visit to Brussels. I met a new friend in the carpool from Paris to Brussels (while I was headed to Brugge). He is a student at one of the universities and invited me to stay at his place. I had a lot of fun; I lost count, but there was something like 7 students living in the house, all from various European countries. They were all so friendly and interested in getting to know me.
I got in around 7pm and we went out to dinner ...