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... then they were gone. It is different and strange to say hello and goodbye but I tried to gather as many Facebook friends as possible. The area I stayed was not the best but there were many travelers so I didn't stand out completely. Hostel travel is not the absolute best option but definitely works! Onto my day, I was woken up around 6am because 4 other travelers had to catch trains really early because the French rail is again on strike. I experienced 6 strikes in 6 days. They certainly ...
... before the Jemelle stop, the one right before Libramont.
Getting off in Libramont, we ran into a bunch of school children also getting off. It was kinda chaotic. We found the main desk, and asked the guy about the bus tickets. He said he thought the Go Pass would cover it, to ask the bus driver. We went on, asked her, and sure enough were good.
We dragged our stuff to the back of the bus, and were sitting around some students around our age. They ...
... because technically we stayed there for a night, but no one was in the mood to argue anymore. He was kind enough to call us a taxi and warned us hay we would not find any hotel that had room available for us. We looked homeless, wearing our pajamas with boots on carrying our bags and jackets. We took a cab to one hotel that was in the complete opposite direction of the city center. When we got there they said they had no rooms available, we walked across the street to ...
... see! You could walk from ball to ball and check out some artifacts or new pieces. For example, a pair of Google glasses and a 3D printer were inside the structure. It was a great view and definitely a nice attraction to see in Brussels. We then headed back to town and decided to do some shopping own Avenue Louise. The shopping was pretty good and the variety of stores was incredible! We then headed back into town and stopped at a little restaurant and ...
... the first course and sat back, as our plates were discretely cleared away. A lively discussion continued, only about half of which I absorbed because I was so tired, and within short order, the main course was brought out. We waited until the ambassador had taken the first cut of his meal and then dug in, savouring the most tender entrecote of bison that I've ever had tasted. Sometime during all of this, the white wine was dispensed with, and a pinot noir ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking