Hotel Saint Nicolas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... start is hard to find until about 8 or 9am. But, traveling teaches tolerance and understanding,so I guess I therefore need to try harder with Belgium although, Steph, James and Tim you will be interested to know that it has not stopped drizzling in Belgium since I arrived,but it is still not enough to rid the streets of the smell of......................... chips..
and remember..."No place is ever as bad as they tell you it is going to be." Chuck Thompson
... symbolic site. It is 6 km from my place through the working class areas of Brussels, which is a nice contrast to the touristy Lower Town and aristocratic Upper Town. Eventually make it to the site and it is pretty cool. It isn't the Eiffel Tower, but it is interesting. Not going to waste my time/money going up, since Brussels doesn't have the most awe-inspiring sky line in Europe. Take some pictures, observe all of the tour buses and ...
... very happy with the information provided and its presentation. Certainly I saw nothing cringe-worthy and would recommend the tower to anyone visiting the city. There’s a view of Brussels from the top, though unfortunately there are several office buildings that block one’s view of the main market square, rendering the spire of the town hall invisible.
Stopping for an apple beignet at a small street carnival (good, but Tata’s ...
... dinner we are going to St. Reuben. For dinner we had salad, chicken, frites and strawberry ice cream. It was so good! After that we got back on the bus and headed to our hotel. Tonight we are staying at the Ibis Brussels Expo-Atomium hotel! We first drove to the wrong one but we found it soon enough. Once we arrived we checked in and put our bags in the room. Maeve and I are in room 121. It was now 8:00 p.m. Maeve, Nicole and I then walked around ...
... So far they've collected over 800 costumes. We also passed the opera house and walked, Rue des Brochers, a narrow street, with wall to wall tourists looking for something to eat or drink. Good value doesn't count here. After 2 1/2 hours Carolyn and I left the tour at Central Station which is only a block or two from our hotel. We needed a late afternoon break. Finally, after two weeks I had the best meal of this vacation. A woman from the ...