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... amp; north Brussels and bus no 2, covered south & east Brussels. The garden we visited yesterday in the evening had a Cultural centre called libertanic. Most of the plants kept here in the botanical garden, were transplanted to the outskirts of the city near the Atomium due to urbanisation, although the place still remains to be called the botanical gardens. We passed the World trade centre offices, the Church of our lady of Laken, on our way to the north side of ...
... where we sample our first wine at the hotel bar--a lovely Brunello that was NOT eligible for our free welcome drink. We then jumped into a taxi to dinner--across the Arno at Vecchia Bettola, which Eileen had researched as a favorite among a chef at Williams Sonoma.
We joined several other Americans/early diners waiting for the restaurant to open--we were jet-lagged, and not interested in dining fashionably late. The food and atmosphere were ...
... or Canadian, our age and older. Got off at Brussels and realised the value of doing the tour as didn't see our bags until they were delivered to our room, which we were in after only an hour of arriving. The hotel is beautiful with lifts and floors all looking down on a beautiful courtyard. Headed off for a walk in light rain at the start, with our guide to the Grand'Place. It was breath taking, with the most gorgeous old architecture in ...
... this hotel doesn't have any tea of coffee facilities in the room..pretty average for a four star hotel!). But this was all a bit hard, Sarah had to go to the kitchen with him but he had no hot water so we just had to fill them up with the luke warm water that comes out of our bathroom tap.. was ridiculous (then upon check out we found out we had to pay 4 euro for the two tea bags!)
Bed to do it all again tomorrow :) hopefully without all the added drama..
... Looked at some more churches and around the stock exchange - another beautifully carved building! Had a quiche & fruit meringue for lunch
Had to see the Belgian icon called the Manneken Pis made in 1619 - a famous statue of a little boy peeing , had seen a million of them ...