24 Hours in Brussels

Happy Thursday.

Today it’s time for my diary from Brussels. Like I said before the city was really beautiful. If you want to see my outfit click here or my review from out hotel click also here. So let’s start our 24 hours in Brussels.

We arrived around 4 o’clock in the afternoon. I hear you thinking “why so late”? Well let me explain that to you. My navigation systeem was trying to be funny and send us totally the wrong way, well to be honest I typed in the wrong address. Thank god Wendy was good company. After our check-in we putt our luggage in the room and it was time to explore the neighborhood. What I told you before our Hotel is located in a luxury area. Wendy tried some beautiful sunglasses from Dior and I was looking for the Dior Composite 1.0 but unfortunately they haven’t in their collection.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

After some shopping it was time for dinner. Nearby our hotel you’ll find a street calls “Jourdan“. Here you can find a lot of restaurants. We choose an Italian (La Fringale) which was really good, but the staff was really not friendly at all. After dinner we did some relaxing in our hotel and preparing ourselves for a night out. We took an Uber to the city, after a while we find an disco because all we saw was food places. I felt like 16 again in Spain or something. Anyways the disco/bar was after some drinks really fun.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

On day two it was raining like shit. But after one hour luckily the rain stopped and our first stop was Godiva. Because who doesn’t love Godiva?

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

First we stopped in this beautiful garden. “Petit Sablon Square” The Petit Sablon Square is surrounded by Gothic columns with little bronze statues on top. They represent the ancient professions.

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Because I love Marble!!!

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

The “Church of Our-Lady of the Sablon“. This is in the same as the “Petit Sablon Square“.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

After that we walked to the “Place Royal” which is really nearby we found out this beautiful place. It’s called “Mont des Arts” The view was just perfect. Also we chilled here for a few minutes.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

Of course we had to by a waffle.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

If you walk through “Mont des Arts” you’ll walk into the city. Also known as the “Big Market” This place is really huge and you should definitely pay a visit when you are in Brussels.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

When you are at the “Grand Place” you have to walk for like 10 minutes to of course “Manneken Pis” He’s so freaking little. But also fun to see and read the history of this little men.

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

After this it was time to pick up my car and check out the our last tourist stop. The famous “Atomium”. I think we shot there more like 50 pictures. But hey that huge thing is picture perfect right?!

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

24 Hours in Brussels JustKVN MensWear blog

After taken like 500 pictures it was time to go back and say goodbye to Brussels.

I had a perfect and fun weekend with Wendy. Although it was a short visit it was a good one. I want to thank again Accor Hotels for this opportunity and can’t wait till our next adventure that is gonna be Luxemburg.

Well I hope you like my diary “24 hours in Brussels” and have you ever been to Brussels?

Till next time, 

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'24 Hours in Brussels' have 3 comments

  1. 30 juli 2015 @ 10:39 Karen - Dressing in Labels

    Nou wat hebben jullie veel gedaan op 24 tijd. De kunstberg is inderdaad erg mooi! Leuk verslag.

    x Karen
    http://dressinginlabels.blogspot.com

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  2. 30 juli 2015 @ 12:10 Michael

    Great time spent in Brussels, Kevin =). Thanks for sharing. And about the story with navi, I have many similar stories too =D, one should tell that the navigation lady is very funny woman =D, don’t you think? From time to time she wants you to discover more than you really want =)

    Take care,
    Michael
    http://www.ontheleaf.net

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  3. 30 juli 2015 @ 21:33 wendy

    Leuk! Kan niet wachten voor Luxemburg!! <3

    XxX
    http://www.wendyvansoest.com

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