Friday, February 9, 2018

The Hotel Brussels || Brussels

“Everything you can imagine is real.”  ― Pablo Picasso



Hello dear Maddies! How are you? It's been a while, but here we are with another adventure! For what would the world look like without those. Me and my sister have been planning a vacancy for this summer. At first, we wanted to do something similar to The Tour Mont Blanc. The Matterhorn, a hiking trip through Switzerland was the first thing on our mind. Unfortunately my sister wasn't allowed time off work during the period we wanted to do our hiking trip, so we had to reschedule  it, to what we hope to be, next year. How does a Canoe-trip through Switzerland sound though? Wonderful, doesn't it. No internet, no phone, surviving in the wilderness. That's what it's all about. We were thrilled and decided to just go for it! We informed the company if we could bring a camera though, because I'm a photo addict. Me and my camera are inseparable. We hope to keep you all up to date about this upcoming adventure.

Enough about future plans, what about what we did this weekend? Well, we went to Brussels! I can't remember how long it has been, but I was honestly stunned by the beautiful architecture. Art Nouveau / Art Deco makes Brussels charming, unique and artistic. All those traits combined makes it a perfect place for us to visit. Besides that, the Magritte museum is located in Brussels too. I believe that museum is fun to visit even though you aren't interested in art.
We stayed in The Hotel Brussels, a stunning and luxurious hotel with the most spectacular view! If you go to Brussels, we highly recommend this hotel. The interior design is almost as stunning as the panorama.

In the city we decided to visit a Vegan Bar called Tich. It was a unique experience, but I don't think I would trade my usual latte for it. My apologies vegan lovers.
Anyway, we had a wonderful time. Enjoy the pictures!








































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