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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... actually piles of spoil from when the region was mined. We visited the cathedral which houses the ornate wooden carriage used as part of the parade that leads to the dragon slaying re-enactment. The carriage, drawn by four horses, makes its way around the town and then up the hill to the cathedral. It is bad luck for the carriage to stop or go backwards on the trip up the hill, so the townsfolk help by pushing the very heavy carriage up. ...
... the buildings were old and had a real charm. We made our way down through the 'groovy' part of town (it just looked like any other street) and an old majestic shopping mall to st Catherine's to this fish bar for lunch. We had the most delicious soup, especially good on such a cold day and crumbed prawns. Seeing as the fish bar was outside we had to warm up with a coffee and a chocolate eclair at a nice bakery just around ...
... ins, wonder around the parks and enjoy the Grand Place. Brett has beem sampling the many Belgian beers with fritz and we have also had the chance the catch up on our washing, get haircuts, do some shopping and spend a day with a friend from The Netherlands who I served with in Afghanistan. Its been relaxing after intense visits in Singapore, London and Paris.
Tomorrow we will head for Villach in Austria, staying overnight in ...
... back down to the Grand Place with a British girl who was staying at the same hostel. Her name was Katie and she was visiting from Amsterdam where she was working as an au pair. We followed the directions given to us by the guy at the reception and found our hostel fairly easily. It was literally steps away from the Grand Place! I was a little worried about security though, especially because of the upcoming beer festival. The rooms were nice and ...
... shop on every corner and we were lucky enough to find what must be the best waffle in the world. We cannot imagine how a waffle with no toppings could taste any better! Magnificent…….
Brussels, the capital, followed Antwerp and was similar but huge, and was a spectacle all on its own. The main square was fantastic, with historic buildings on every side and on a public holiday Monday, it was packed. From the square ...