BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Casteau Resort Mons
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... their bass trombonist, a Brit who works for the UN nearby. Thierry and Julian explained how Mons has adopted the story of St George and the Dragon and has an annual event where they re-enact the slaying in the Grand Square. We missed it by two weeks, and the cobblestones of the square were still dusted with orange sand (although I didn't ask what the sand was used for). The Town Hall forms part of the perimeter of the square, and (rarely, ...
... out to be a very interesting hour and half as we looked and listened to him talk about his collection format he 1958 world Expo held in Brussel's, to his WWII collection, the million and one records, then headed up some very narrow steep stairs to his coke collection. This room was tiny but there was so much stuff in there with everything form the smallest coke bottle, beach umbrella's, bottle openers and every type of coke bottle ...
... to Grand Place and this is where the beauty and action seems to be. Brett immediately wanted to try the Belgian fries, which the locals claim to have invented. He said they were the best in the world! Fritz in hand (Belgian fries) and wondering around Grand Place, we quickly fell in love with Brussels. The city is busy with tourists but not busy like you fear you will get lost in a crowd. Nor does one feel unsafe here in Brussels and there are ...
... to be within walking distance from the train station. Of course I get lost, but I eventually stumble across it somehow. When I got there, the reception was closed and the girl said I had to wait until 4pm before I could check in. I stored my stuff in the "luggage room" and set off to explore for a couple of hours. One cool thing about Brussels is that it's a bilingual city and everything is in French and Dutch. The first place I went to was the ...
... of the corrugated iron lined trenches and into one of the bunkers.
The ‘big’ drive from Ieper to Ghent was an adventure and Belgium has a real mix of badly cracked concrete and cobble stones topped with failed asphalt for its roads. Both are horrendous at anything more than 20 km per hour (for those of you who aren’t really interested in the quality of some Belgium roads, I am sure Greg is really sorry for boring ...