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Travel Blogs from Boechout
... it back. I did NOT want to see him again. So we asked the man on duty if he would go out when he came back.. Turns out the "friend" bought it back for me, he walked inside being all nice and smiley.. So so thankful I got it back as I had no information about the taxi that had taken us. I'm pleased he realised we would tell someone about it. It was so so scary! The guy on reception asked if we wanted anything to drink, decided a cup of tea before bed might ...
... included, breakfast included. Cash only, no credit cards. Non Smoking.
... a city we didn't know. We eventually made it to our hostel which was in an amazing location, it was right around the corner from Grand Place which was an amazing sight and probably my favorite thing about Brussels.
After dropping our things off at our hostel we decided to get a drink and chose a pub in Grand Place which was medieval themed, they even had a stuffed horse. The pub ...
... arrivals hall and you can see the taxi’s lined up outside
the airport waiting for you like prey. I was not ready to deal with them yet so
I parked myself in a chair opposite and my brain went into overtime. Visiting
the bathrooms I was amused to discover that there were apron clad women acting
as “bathroom attendants” who look after the bathrooms and stand over them like
guards. What they think you’re going to do in there I have no idea.
... in Brussels! We slept through most of the trip, but for the brief moments that our eyes were open, the passing scenery was beautiful.
Once we arrived in Brussels, we discovered that Brussels government does not place high emphasis on street signs and that English is a low priority language. We had a google map printout of how to get from the station to our hostel, but it was wholly unequipped to handle the actual layout of the ...