Novotel Leuven Centrum
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... look like one big restaurant / bar, but today the bar was shut!
We visited the Grand Béguinage, a former community for unmarried, semi-religious women dating back to the 13th century (and now a UNESCO World Heritage site).
When we got back into the main square (Grote Markt) the cellars of the town hall were open (which occurs one day a month, as we found out later), for a display and tour ...
The purpose behind our trip to Brussels was to visit the many institutions of the European Union... So as you can imagine, our days were filled with various meetings at the European Council and Commission.. Sounds interesting right?! But honestly, other than the fact we had to walk around Brussels the whole week in business formal clothing, I didn't think the meetings were all that terrible. Of course my notepad was full ...
... to getting view of the countryside. From the top its easy to see why the town was strategically important. It commands such great views over the rest of the Western front and hence it was so heavily fought over. Sorry, I will upload the photos in another post!
The tower itself was built after WWI and but before WWII and during the second world war the memorial was badly damaged and bears significant bullet marks as a result. ...
... The town is a little suburb of Brussels almost, but has a university in it so there is some activity (and bike paths). It rained in the morning so it was pretty muddy and we went through the fields and the woods. You bike all around the cattle and the horses and then come back into the town, its unique to see the two so close - especially after LA.
Then we went to visit Kathy's ...
A hand made chocolate establishment greeted us with a hot chocolate drink; beautiful, but very rich. I sipped some, but everyone else seemed to consume theirs as well as the two chocolates we were allowed to sample at the end of the demonstration. Nearby was the strange small statue of a little man urinating. It is so famous that the city has adopted it as their emblem. Some days they dress him up in specially made suits, but today he was ...