Hotel Les Nuits
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- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... of course be converted to muscle on the farm, although Megan has her doubts about the mechanism for this).
Our timing was fantastic because 25 August happened to be the day of the annual 'Culturmarkt', a mini-Edinburgh festival with a day of free music, art and performances throughout the city.
... back to London. We squeezed in a quick trip to the supermarket to stock up on Belgian chocolate (apparently it’s the best and much cheaper than all the tourist chocolate shops). We tried to convince Paul to quit his job and stay with us but alas he needs to replenish funds for our next adventure together, GLASTONBURY!!! So Pauly left and we lost our Nav-Man! After 2 weeks of being with a group Ben & I found ourselves alone for the ...
... for lunch and headed into the main square with the cathedral and peeked inside, looked at the buildings around the square. As I wandered past the tourist office I noticed they had a historical walking tour starting in 10mins, it was only 8Euro so I signed up and went on a 2hr walking tour. Luckily there was only 1 other guy and he was from the US so the guide didn't have to say everything in French as ...
... London to Brussels was interesting. I took my seat next to the window, put my tray down and took out my Ipod. Just as I settled in, a lady in her 40's, decides to ask me if she can have the window seat because she likes the view..... Okay, so I stood up switched spots, no big deal. It was mothers day at the time, and in the spirit of being friendly, I asked the woman if she had any children, to which I received a scowl and red faced ...
The Grand-Place is spectacular also. It is open and always full of people. Originally constructed in the 12th century, was torn down multiple times by riot groups. In the 19th century it was rebuilt to its splendor and restored to look like the original. In the center is the Town Hall. It is absolutely incredible. At night, it is even more beautiful. It is hard to miss because it is the most popular tourist area in Belgium ...