Theater Hotel Leuven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... an audio guide.
When we got out it was raining, so we scurried back to the train station via the waffle shop, and only had a few minutes wait (luckily, because the next train wasn't for another hour). Changed trains in Ottignies again and back to Leuven on our 6th and final train trip for the day.
Tea was a ckicken yiros from the train station takeaway, then a quiet night ...
... 6 days cycling, about 400 miles covered and all is going well. Well, sat nav not really that good as we are using tracks which it didn't know about when I planned the route, so having maps, common sense and using friendly and helpful locals worked a treat.
into Brussels, the much foresaken ogre of bureaucracy and interference in British sovereign affairs. Sorry, not so. A place of history, culture, youth, art, savour vivre, the lot. We should ...
... I still don't like most fruits. I'm not sure why anyone eats half of it as it all tastes horrid. I did tuck into the boiled egg, bread, cheese, cake and meat on offer. The owner kept coming to chat to me as I was trying to stuff my face, but we did have some interesting conversations about the economy and history of Europe.
My first stop was the supermarket to get some of the aperitif I had the day before for my mum and something I had had in my yoghurt ...
... you can fly with one problem, but not with two. After we had been sitting on the plane for about four hours came the message nobody was really expecting, our flight was cancelled. The plane would be repaired during the evening/night and we would try leaving for Montreal again the next morning at eight. Flustered we got out of the plane and after a call to the emergency number of the organisation we were traveling with we found out we could stay at the Sheraton ...
... building and a 315 foot spire is in the center. The rest of the square is lined with the Maison du Roi, originally a home of Spanish monarchs; La Maison des Ducs de Brebant, a group of guild houses; and a bunch of gabled buildings, one of which used to be Victor Hugo’s home.
A few blocks past the Grand Place is a somewhat…odd…landmark. There is a small statue, known as the Manneken Pis, that ...