BEST WESTERN Hotel Royal Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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This past weekend my three roommates and I took a 4 day trip to Brussels, Belgium. Basically to sum up our trip: they weren't kidding when they said the Belgium chocolate and waffles are the best. To be honest I had no idea what to expect Belgium to be like, but it was unreal. The city of Brussels has the coolest old buildings and more importantly …
... for a little, then around town to the hugee train station. We grab something to eat and drink at an outdoor restaurant called Ellis Gourmet Burger; Jason tries the popular lamb burger, and it is really good! Afterwards, we get some ice cream, walk around some more, and then call it an early night! It's about 10pm, and it isn't even dark yet! Tomorrow is another busy ...
... was airy and bright. I very much enjoyed it!
We walked by one of the Houses of Parliament for Belgium. There are 6 and they each govern a different region based on the language spoken there. Yasser explained a little about Belgian politics but said most Belgians don't even understand it so he wasn't going to really try. Besides the Belgium Parliament, there is also the European Parliament as Brussels is the capital of Europe as well. So lots ...
... floors, Restaurant Chez Leon--the food was glorious! Karen had a Black & White, two different sausages served with potatoes and apple compote, and Judith had a plate with yet a different sausage and with stoemp, which is smashed potatoes with carrots. Sooo yummy! We then had a bit of time to shop--very brief, so we got a chocolate bar and a small box of dark chocolates with bits of Speculas in them.
We returned to the Central Station, past a ...
... his birthday, Brussels holds a Djangofollies festival, whereby different venues host different jazz bands over a space of about a week and a half. If there's one thing that I’m a fan of, it’s hot jazz/gypsy jazz, so I’ve basically been excited about this since I found out about it back in the summer.
I chose to go to two performances, chosen largely at random judging on how they fit into my calendar. The first was on opening ...