The Residence Les Ecrins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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What to see and do in Brussels when you have 6 hours and a budget: Walk around the city centre - get a map from the tourist information that's meant to cost €0.50 for free if you only have € notes, then wonder round the city centre seeing some of the tops sights such as the Royal Palace, the huge Court of Justice building, many Art Noveau buildings such as the Musical Instrument Museum, chocolate shops and the places ...
... less traffic so JK put the Volvo through its paces as no speed limit wopee did he enjoy it cruising along at 180kph at one point, with others going even faster. You have to constantly keep your eye scanning the mirror. On the trip back to Kaiserswerth we also drove through Holland for a while and of course all three countries have quite different road rules and speed limits.
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... had changed since the place opened well before then. With puppets hanging from the ceilings and the former lead puppeteer drinking nearby, we had our first sample: Triple Karmeliet, a tripled fermented lager that is similar to the Hoogarden we drink in the States, but better. After getting to chat about the history of the theater and getting to know our group (Eric is a Canadian here working for the Olympics, and the group of 3 was a small family from Columbia. All of the above ...
... dark coloured - (no red, yellow or bright colours to be seen).
Belgium is certainly a multi-cultural country, with many vistors from around the world, although in contrast to Australia, not many Asians appear to visit. Today we met people from Uruguay and Canary Islands.
Tomorrow we're off to Amsterdam, via train, and plan on visiting Anne Frank ...
... with them besides dinner and watching soccer/movies. I also need to spend more time speaking French because while it is steadily improving, being surrounded by english speakers all day certainly doesn't help.
Don't get me wrong, the food and drink in Belgium is amazing (probably too amazing) and I love the food our host family cooks, but I wish there were more healthy things to eat on a daily basis. Along the ...