Bed and Breakfast Leopold II
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- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... opened in 1976. Starting from the early 1960s, Brussels became the de facto capital of what would become the European Union,
and many modern buildings were built. ...
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... Laura's and sat on her couch watching ITV game shows then reading on her sunny patio. Once Laura got home from work, we jam packed our one allotted suitcase and headed to the airport. Miraculously, both the tram and bus we needed arrived seconds after we reached the stop so we were there in no time at all. So, Easyjet. We formed a line, which no one seemed to care about, and had to push our way forward with a soccer team consisting of 12 14 year old boys and two dipshits who ...
... things to do. We found an area in the city that was supposed to have high end shopping stores, something I would image in like a Rodeo Drive. We set the address and took off. Everything was going well until we got into the city.
The GPS started giving terrible directions and the roads on the GPS were incredibly confusing since it also included train tracks and side walks. After about 30 minutes of wrong turns and no easy way to turn around, ...
... about beer and its history in Belgium. We were a small group of 7, which was nice. In our group was a couple from the UK who were really into brewing their own beer and asked all kinds of great questions, as well as being fun! We tried 8 beers, including a lambic, and a few Trappist. I enjoyed all 8 and even picked up a few to bring home with me. I definitely recommend this tour to anyone heading to Brussels. Aside from the beer, we learned all kinds of interesting facts ...