Hotel Saint Michel
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 49 bell carillon joined with the church bells to chime joyously over the city.
Peregrine falcons now call the cathedral home, with a nesting pair having returned here for the last 10 years. Each year between one and three chicks survive to adulthood under the watchful eye (web cam) of the local citizens. An enriching tale, as the peregrine falcon was just about wiped out ...
Following our impromptu parade attendance we decided to head back through the gauntlet towards our hotel but there were a couple of stops that we had to make along the way. As we all know Belgium is famous for a few things but the first one that comes to mind is usually the waffles. After seeing little stands and windows all over our trek through the city we finally broke down and ordered one with strawberries and whipped cream from ...
Today was our last full day in Brussels. There was more rain off and on throughout the day so we weren't able to do a walking tour of the Upper City area. Instead we spent some time at the Brussels City Museum, and shopped at the local mall. When there was a break in the rain we walked over to another (in)famous Brussels icon: the Manneken Pis. It's a statue of ...
... we een boottochtje in Houtbaai waar we de zeehonden kunnen zien. We gaan ook langs in Simonstad/Boulders waar we honderden pingu´ns van ...
... Brussels, Belgium! Most descriptions of Brussels call it “quirky,” and I find that very accurate. The city itself seems at first glance like it could be any city, but you quickly run into something distinguishing Brussels from the rest. Most travel guides will cite Brussels’s famous statue Mannekan Pis as a prime example: the city’s most famous landmark is a small fountain of a peeing boy that they dress up for various holidays. While that ...