Thon Hotel Brussels Airport
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... la capitale mondiale du chocolat (et ça, on ne peut que le découvrir par la dégustation).
Un 48 heures à Gand, à contretemps
Tout comme Bruges, Gand (en néerlandais Gent) est une ville qui a hérité du Moyen-Âge un centre riche en édifices historiques. De cette époque rayonnante, Gand garde un important patrimoine architectural avec, notamment, ses clochers gothiques qui y rivalisent de hauteur. Aujourd'hui, Gand est devenue la ...
... we decided to have a little sleep. At 5.30 we woke up feeling refreshed, and at 6 we met up with Zala and Nino (friends from Slovenia who are living in Brussels). We went for a beer, and then for some dinner.
They headed off home at 9, and as it was a nice evening we decided to have a little walk around, visiting places we hadn't seen yet, before heading back to the hotel for some much needed sleep!
... for what seemed like 100 kilometers up and down hill. We finally found the Bockstael Metro stop and after a much needed half hour ride off our feet, we made it to our stop, Trône.
It was looming on dinner time but the thought of having to walk downtown down than back up a steep hill made me want to puke. Unfortunately, it's dead by our neighborhood so, we were both hungry and ******. Not a good combination while on vacation. ...
... and shops. There are all sorts of street performers and it's really neat watching them. Off to the side you can walk through the Barri Gotic (Gothic Neighborhood) and enjoy some of the old city. This area is also home to the Pablo Picasso museum, which is a great place to see some art.
If this still isn't enough for you to do, you can catch a cable car to the top of Montjuic and catch a view of the entire city. There is a castle up there where you the ...
... cards, two flags and lots of running children! The health and safety element was again tested by nearby woodcutters with a chipper and a chainsaw... safe. Rachel went with the older group led by Christel, and Laurie with the wee children. They both made some lifelong friends!
We had lunch provided which was nice, then a random hours break when it started to tip it down, then there was a party. Children being lifted up, danced with v. "closely" ...
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