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Belgium's and Amsterdam's Best Restaurants and Hotels

A Random Entrance Door in Belgium. 
The country is so beautifully artistic. 

*All links will be lead to my articles in the blog*

People at the front desk were super nice. I had comfortable and relaxed nights in a foreign, unfamiliar country. 

Hilton Brussels City (Five Stars)
Place Rogier 20, Brussels,  BRU, Belgium 1210

NH Galaxy (Five Stars)
Distelkade 21, Amsterdam, 1031 XP Netherlands

Hotel Egmond (Five Stars)
Minnewater 15, 8000 Brugge, BE0453 730 168 

The following restaurants were the best with taste and service. My hubby and I visited many restaurants during the trip. I only wrote articles about the best ones.

Good local beer at Grand Place in Brussels: La Brouette
Belgian waffle at Grand Place in Brussels: Maison Dandoy Tea Room
Shrimp croquettes and steak in Brussels: Bonsoir Clara Brussels
Breakfast around antique market in Brussels: Le Point de Chute
Fish and Chips: Six Nations
Belgium traditional meals in Brugge: Bistro Maurice
Dutch Pancake in Amsterdam: De Sneeker Pan 
Pizza in Amsterdam: La Place 
Cozy local bakery in the Netherlands: Waal Kootwijkerbroek

Sightseeing Spots:
My most favorite museum in Belgium: Tin Tin Museum
Antique market in Belgium: Place du Jeu de Balle
My Japanese article about Anne Frank's House in Amsterdam
Meeting Windmill Masters and Walking: Kinderdijk
Red Light District : Rabbit from Amsterdam
The Cathedral of Our Lady, a Roman Catholic cathedral in Antwerp, Belgium

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