Hotel Saint Nicolas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... We can hear you all saying what about the local cuisine but we like our chicken and salad and after nearly 2 weeks we were sick of restaurants. Back to the apartment for a few cold beers, ouzo and coke followed by our delicious chicken and salad, Magnums then off to bed.
On day two we set off to board the “Hop On Hop Off” bus tour of Brussels which is a great way of learning about each city we visit. Brussels has more than 5,000 ...
... formally split into three language
regions—Dutch-speaking Flanders, French-speaking Wallonia and bilingual Brussels. During the 20th century the city has hosted various ...
... 8211; 4 big fresh mozzarella balls, goat cheese, a variety of breads, fresh prosciutto and some cucumber dip – all for 10 euros! Great deal. You’d pay $6 at home for the mozzarella alone, and it’d be awful. Walking back to the hotel, I passed a waffle place that looked great – the guy was sitting there making them fresh. I just couldn’t resist – another waffle! In my defense, they are rather small, maybe half ...
... shop. This puts a smile on Maureen and Isla's faces. We are also about a five minute walk to Place Sainte Cathrine. This area has great restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Oh, and chocolate shops. Yesterday we went to Ghent for the afternoon. It's a cute, little city about 40 minutes from Brussels. Mike did a good job driving in Belgium and Maureen did a good job trying not to act too nervous that Mike ...
... our friend.
There was one other factor, of course, that compelled us to choose Belgium: the beer. Eight months of limited drinking due to Swedish prices had left us with an urge to visit a place where beer flowed like water, and what better than the home of the best trappist beers in the world? As an added bonus, Belgium is also a European comic haven, having spawned artists and characters popular throughout the history of the medium (including Tintin, ...