For dinner at the famous Swan Restaurant near the square, the dishes were very average and uniqueness. Marx once again fooled people. Two or three middle-aged Chinese tourists were sitting beside them drinking beer to rest their feet. As a result, other members of the family came here to take pictures and drink water, chirping in and out. The waiter did not turn his eyes, but sighed a few sighs helplessly.
Swan Cafe commemorates Karl Marx's birth 200 years ago, eating in the restaurant where Marx drafted the Communist declaration, the comrade wall paintings in the neighborhood are very touching, not better than the self-contradictory value advertisements of powerful countries.
It's a delicate and beautiful city. Every building is carefully designed, including the most common residential buildings. Traffic is also very convenient, trams and subway can reach all the scenic spots, waffles are delicious. But eat too much will be tired. The only one is that the level of consumption is very high, 1.5-2 times that of Italy.
In Brussels, the capital of Belgium, a small European country, there is a large square surrounded by various buildings - Brussels Plaza. There is a building in the square, which is called Swan Cafe because of the carving of a swan in the building. She is located next to the city hall. At the end of the nineteenth century, Marx and Engels, the great masters of the proletariat, lived here.
Famous, because Marx and Engels of this small history is famous. On the big square. You should go in for a cup of coffee when you are free.
This is a five-storey building, named after a flying white swan on the door. It was a cafe and a restaurant upstairs. On the first floor there is a sign of a white swan, called "White Swan Restaurant". Now, on the first floor, there is a bronze medal marked with the name of a guest. This seat is always reserved for this guest. The name on the bronze medal is Karl Marx. Now the White Swan Cafe in Brussels has become one of the most important cultural relics to record the history of the square.
Swan Cafe is said to be the place where Marx and Engels used to work. Now it has been converted into a high-grade western restaurant. Price and consumption are proportional to the flying white swan outside the building. It is a sign that time is too short to sit down and eat a big meal.