A feature of El Papagayo personnel: the parrot tattoed on them...
This encounter dated back to our cowsspotting day. We wanted to chill out at El Papagayo but it was closed since it only opens at 7pm. Sooo, we chose to have some refreshment at a the pub next to it.
While chilling out at Le saint d'Hic, we talked to El Papagayo personnel. They were having their noon lunch and talked with us and Saint d'Hic client?le as well.
As conversation went by, this El papagayo personnel member showed us his tattoo. The boss explained that personnel members are all parrot-tattoed. I didn't ask whether this was his only tattoo or whether he had others. Anyway, cute, he?
Near MIM (Music Instruments Museum) is the last cul-de-sac in Brussels.
I haven't said it was the sexiest, but the last. Right? In fact, seeing it "in situ" made me aware of how time erases city landmarks and historical highlights. This then street, now cul-de-sac, used to lead to the ancient Brussels palace (Coudenberg) that is invisible now. Only an underground exhibition would allow you to know about the plans of this area and the one of the then Brussels palace.
It separates Rue Coudenberg from Rue Montagne de la Cour.
You can see this when you walk in Mont des Arts area. This area is located above Gare Centrale - Centraal station.
Find a report on Rue Coudenberg, Rue Ravenstein and Rue Montagne de la Cour in my Tlog.
Information on how to access the area is there as well
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