A Taste Of Belgium! B&B
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TripAdvisor Reviews A Taste Of Belgium! B&B Schaarbeek
Travel Blogs from Schaarbeek
... I rushed to the train terminal and took the train back to the airport and spent the next 12 hours there. When I tried to retrieve my luggage I could not get the locker to open. After some time I realized it would only take the exact change which I thankfully had. Sometime around 2 AM the terminal got relatively quiet and there were others there that started laying down so I did the same and was able to get some sleep.
... a 500ml Hoegarden and sat down in-front of one of the TVs. When the commercials ended he discovered, to his dismay, that not the Olympics but music videos were being displayed. Working his way through his beer, Speck then returned and waited with Caroline for their flight to begin boarding. While waiting in line to board Speck inevitably found another Penn State football fan. WE ARE PENN STATE! And we are everywhere.
... keychains from every place we've been. She couldn't believe she was beimv allowed to spend - spend - spend on her last day when she was told to spend all her Euros freely to use them up before going home. It wasn't very touristy so there weren't too many souvenirs to ...
... up the rest of the meal, along with a couple of bottles of champers and a bottle of red to wash it down, for dessert a raspberry type ice cream....mmmmm The next day we had an hour train journey into Paris, but this time there was no French Legionnaire conductor to check our ticket, in fact to make a further mockery of the whole thing no one even checked our ticket or seat reservation, we could have just walked on to the train without paying and gone all the way to ...
... Museum and RIjksmuseum, and the communal site where Amsterdamers gathered to watch the World Cup on giant projector screen. Despite the obligatory smattering of young idiots setting off fireworks and yelling for no reason outside the premises, inside was a great atmosphere with a free concert, plenty of room to move around, and a crowd of quite well-behaved people enjoying the festivities. Accompanying the countdown to midnight were two giant dolls, programmed to slowly ...