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... to be within walking distance from the train station. Of course I get lost, but I eventually stumble across it somehow. When I got there, the reception was closed and the girl said I had to wait until 4pm before I could check in. I stored my stuff in the "luggage room" and set off to explore for a couple of hours. One cool thing about Brussels is that it's a bilingual city and everything is in French and Dutch. The first place I went to was the ...
... met everyone. After that, we went to a bar to watch Italy and Spain play in the final of the Eurocup. Spain won, and many people went home upset last night.
Today, we started our first day of classes with a visit to S.H.A.P.E. (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe). We met with a French naval officer and she talked to us a lot about European and Northern Africa relations. It was very interesting. After that we took a three hour waking tour of the city. It is such ...
... I will be heading to an unexpected stay in Leige, where an old freind has recently informed me he is staying. Trains are phenomenal because I can stop there for five hours and still make it my hostel is Amsterdam be evening. I have started to hear the crazy stories of travelers coming from the majestic Amsterdam. Most of these stories, are unfinished, as they can't seem to remember the endings.
... shops are, and then got a beer in a famous cafe called La Fleur en Papier Dore, where Rene Magritte - a famous Belgian surrealist artist - used to hang out with his contemporaries! I had a Hoegaarden Rose which was soooooo good! The beer here is so delicious, I think everyone would love it!
Then we went to see Audrey Hepburn's first house - very exciting for me because she is one of my all time ...
... blurry dots, and they left us alone. For the record, I also didn't use flash. These were the first of many young and idiotic males featured on our trip. We spent three nights in Maastricht, getting served the fastest currywurst ever (before we even ordered he was cutting it for us), getting ripped off on peppers with cream cheese for 6.90€, trying to see the military fort in the rain until a creepy old man in a dungeon tunnel told us it was closed, and meeting another ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking