The Residence Les Ecrins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... places we toured were the Private residence of the royal family of Belgium, where no one was allowed entry into. We also passed the Palace of Laken, Museums of the Far East, having the Japanese tower, Chinese tower & one more country tower. The green houses here have tropical and subtropical plant species but only till mid-May, end of autumn. Our destination was The Atomium, an architectural marvel in the form of an atom, magnified 165 million times. This building was the ...
... house wine was $4 per person, all you can drink from the jug at the (communal) table. It was also appalling--the waiter translating the first two menu items as "brains" and "rabbit." Ummm, no thank you--we'll take the pork and chicken, along with lovely prosciutto and melon and spicy penne. $36 each later, and back to the hotel. We were very proud of ourselves for powering through till 10:30 pm without a nap. Sweet dreams of gelato and travel to Arezzo/Chiavaretto ...
... 1200 and 1500. For nearly 1000 years it has been the most important church in this largely Catholic country. I've visited hundreds of churches in Europe, but this one had the most beautiful stained glass windows I have even seen. The royal weddings and funerals take place here as well.
From there we wandered through Parc de Bruxelles. Pretty, but certainly not Central Park, or even Bethpage ...
... to symbolize the promise for science to solve the world's problems. It is cool on the outside, has a nice view from the top, but the exhibits inside are otherwise underwhelming.
There's no question in my mind that Belgium has the best beer in Europe. The range and quality is superb. You almost cannot go wrong.
Definitely go to Delirium. I rarely ...
... I took my brew and book downstairs like last night and decided to send soem emails from the computers in the recption, telling people what i had been up to might lift my spirits :) It would seem one of the machines was not working (as i found out after a couple of attempts) and the person on the other machine didnt seem to want to give it up. I sat back at the communal tables and watched two more people go and do the same thing as i had done, spying a free computer and having ...