Hotel Quartier Latin
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... hangover from a wild night the night before. Haha. But yes, definitely will recommend this restaurant to all those visiting Brussels. Cosy, warm little restaurant that serves fresh fish and mussels.
Waffles and more waffles
So I guess nobody can leave Belgium without tasting the Belgian waffles. I had 3 this time! I am pretty amazed by myself too, ...
... dinner at a seafood restaurant near our hotel. Sue, Maggie and Terry all had lobster while I tried swordfish for the first time and we all loved every bite. With another perfect day of vacation complete, Maggie and I booked a few more hostels with the hotel's computer and double checked that the Vimy Ridge Memorial was open tomorrow. Knowing we had to be out the door by 8:15 the next morning, we packed all we could and got some well ...
... Rembrandt. A good way to keep dry since naturally was raining.
For our evening meal we decided to go down a nearby 'eat' street. This was packed with restaurants on both sides. the first half dozen had touts outside suggesting that theres was the best in the street. We walked past these and eventually found an ordinary one which was pretty full so we thought that was a good sign. Turned out to be a ...
... fill the Bureau. We were then lead to another chamber, the set up is similar to the House of Senate. In each seat was nameplate with each of our respective countries (Philippines was in front :D). Soon the Chamber President, personally gave us a speech welcoming us into Belgium.
Brussels is truly a great place to visit, the smells, the sounds, the cultures are just indescribable.
Not bad for my very first week in Belgium. A bientot!
We changed our plans midweek due to the weekend forecast. Rain was expected all over Europe. Fussen, our original destination, was predicting rain 90 - 100 % for the weekend. The castles we planned to tour involved a hike and standing outside. We decided Belgium was a better choice. The city involved more indoor sight seeing and it only had 50% chance of rain. Plus we would be taking the train instead of driving.
We began ...