Hotel Silken Berlaymont Brussels
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... throughout the day. Once in the city square, we noticed an ice cream shop called Amehrana famously known for home-made Australian ice cream & we just couldn't resist. We walked down a different route, passing some of the hotels we had considered earlier & trying to comprehend whether we had taken a right decision of choosing to stay where we were. We indeed had.
Since we had no breakfast at our hotel, we walked a little further away from the ...
... Although the tour was an English speaking tour there was also a Japanese group of about 8 people and everything the guide said had to be repeated by the Japanese tour guide. Suspect we missed out on some information as a result as the tour ended at the prescribed time. It is what it is!
Back to the hotel to rest the weary muscles and then out to dinner at Le Roy ...
... recognizing words and their meanings, speaking is another story! Now it's about 5pm. I'm back at my suite. Kind of just relaxing. Simon and I will to grab some supper a little bit later but I am thinking tonight will be pretty low key. Tomorrow I head to dusaeldorf just for one day, and then Berlin for the duration of the week. I am sure there's going to be lots to see there! Goodnight and take care my friends! -Terrence ...
So yesterday I thought Brussels would not have enough to offer for more than one day. I was mostly right, unless you want to go to a lot of museums. I don't want to do that so one day was fine for me.
First, the Novotel has a huge buffet breakfast! Yogurts, veggies, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, baked beans, potato cakes, cereals, pastries of all kinds, breads of all kinds and pancakes. There was a variety of juices, chocolate and regular ...
... to board the train to Central Station in the middle of Brussels. The cost of the train was 8.50 (euros) and took only about 15 minutes. I then found my way to the Metro (subway) and went 4 stops to where I knew my hotel, Sofitel Brussels, was just a short walk away. My room was not ready but they stored the luggage and off I went to explore the neighbourhood.