Minotel Prince de Liege
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
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... open to visitors today, but we did go into the Coudenberg, the underground remnants of an old palace of the counts of Brabant.
As it was our last day, we had to return to Delirium for a drink, Ben trying the Kwak beer in its traditional Kwak glass, which is supposed to, well, go “kwak” when you drink from it. Either we didn’t know how to drink correctly or it was too noisy in the bar, but we never did hear that dulcet squawk.
... Belgian beer (the name escapes me but it was just about the best I’ve ever had). Maud gave me suggestions of where to go in and around Bordeaux and we parted company; my stay in the otherwise rather uninspiring Brussels was made great by the people I met. I head out to the home of my host, Jef, where I had dinner and sat around watching a B-movie until 2am with my host’s funny flatmates.
Having considered making a trip to Ghent or Bruges, ...
... and dripping with diamonds. It was without a doubt the most fantastic show that I have ever seen and I really want to see it again one day. The costumes were so flamboyant and perfectly designed, the girls looked so beautiful in them (and the boys too). Cheeky Nathan just liked it because he got to see lots of boobies. We were lucky to get a ticket to the show. We booked at 10:30pm the night before and we think that we got the last two tickets (there ...
After breakfast this morning we rushed out to the main office to join a free walking tour of the city. I pretty much came here just for the chocolate but we thought we might take a tour and learn a little bit about the city while we were here too. The walking tour started from the main square which was beautifully decorated with old gothic style architecture. We saw the famous statue of the mannikin pis (a ...
... Gothic choir stalls from 1430. The pulpit in the style of Louis XVI, organ is from the 1700's, murals from the end of the 13th century until 1576, Flemish paintings (14th - 17th century), tapestries from the 18th century, etc.
3) More purchases of interesting Belgium beer *details in a future blog