You thought Bruxelles is the captal of Belgium or of the European Union, it may be but to me looks like is the capital of Chocolate.
The city ia small and easy to visit walking or using the public transport.
The center of the town is a plaza with beautiful medieval buildings and small streets with lost of shops and restaurants.
Most of the shops you will see are chocolate shops so get ready to increase your blood sugar to insane levels.
Hotels are everywhere and of all kinds so accommodation is not a problem for bugets starting at 35€/night
Here are some pictures for you to enjoy
This is an out of beaten track trip i made with a good friend few months a go.
We didn’t know what to expect and most of the very few information for tourists we found on Bangladesh wore distressing but never the less we went for it.
Once we got to Bangladesh we descovered a beautiful, colorful and unique place. Yes, is poor and dirty but the people of Bangladesh compensated everything.
With vitualy no turism most of the people of Bangladesh never so a living white man on the street so expect to be asked by young people for a selfy quite often.
Everywhere we went we been welcomed and enjoyed.
If your a group or your not on a tight budget consider the services of a guide and you will save lots of time. We pay for a day in Dhaka some 20$ and for 2 day trip in the country side with a nice modern car and a driver + the guide 140$
We highly recommend Ahsan Manzil our guide in Bangladesh, his phone is 01674324243.
Here are some pictures:
So, if you’re in London in winter and want to visit Buckingham Palace you’re out of luck since palace is closed from 1 of September till 21 July.
In this situation the best next thing is the Royal Mews, located some 300 m from palace gates as you face the palace to the left.
The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace is responsible for all the road travel arrangements for The Queen and members of the Royal Family.
Tickets are 11£ per adult and 6.40£ for under 17 and 10£ for students and is open from Monday to Saturday 10 to 16
You need about 30-60 minuets to visit the place depending how crowded is. You will see some of the horses, the coaches and cars the Queen uses.
Have a look at the pictures I’ve made here.