Bed & Breakfast im's & wim's
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... any on display and commented that they were not "real" folding bikes like the Brompton. He had plenty of these on display. So we looked at and talked Brompton bicycles for a bit. Now the tricky bit, getting back to the train station where we had lockered our stuff. We missed our destination by two stops. But to get back we had to take two trips on separate lines. By this time it was lunch time We had a coffee and lunch mainly to get some ...
... there were police cars and a helicopter hovering over the city. We knew something was going to happen.
After lunch as we walked back down to the old town a student protest came up the hill. Fire caps, chants and all. We thought, okay that's what it was about, but as we got to the main streets there were people dressed in read or green with what we assumed were Union letters. Some were socialists with Che Guevera caps. A few ...
... tower later. Later on in the evening Jack and I head for DJ Snake on the floating stage. I drop a full gold bar before heading in. After this on the same stage is Diplo, I start hallucinating a tiny bit but I don't rate Diplo's set at all, my mood is swinging massively, depending on the song, he's not consistent enough to have the crowd going crazy or keep my energy up. We meet David, who was the guy from our dorm in Paris, turns out he's not Russian, he's from Mauritius. ...
... whip cream or fruit, though they do make a much better photo). Wow, it was great! In Belgium, waffles are not a breakfast food. Instead, they are more of an afternoon snack item – street food. After my waffle, I went back to the Grand Place square, and drank a cold Stella Artois (Belgium’s most famous beer that you can get back at home) while taking in the sights. Then I went to the supermarket, where I got some great foods for ...
... people trying to get on the train. I have never seen that many people getting on a train at once, but I guess people are trying to go home after the holidays. So we got on the first train to go to Paris. The train went to gare de l'est and then we had to walk to gare du nord.
I had been to the gare du nord once before, but struggled a bit to remember where it was. There are a lot of steps to walk up, but thankfully right when we got to the steps, there were some dudes ...