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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... a few comics have been translated into English, but those that have include Tin Tin, The Smurfs, and my childhood favourite, Asterix (although there's a debate with the French over who can really claim that one). I've added re-reading all of the Asterix books to my to-do list when I'm back in New Zealand.
At the moment there's a large Latvian festival happening to celebrate the election of a Latvian EU President. For those unaware, Brussels is the seat of the ...
... the airport train to central Brussels we then hopped on a subway for a few stops before resurfacing right in the middle of a beautiful cobblestone square facing a massive church. While orienting ourselves toward the direction of the hotel, Terry appeared out of nowhere and relieved us of our navigational duties as the hotel was mere meters away. After rejoicing with Terry and Sue and enjoying a few ...
... we experienced this trip. As soon as you think you are capable in a new city and finally getting the hang of it, you are very quickly reminded that you are a foreigner. It was a great experience but we very easily got into areas where I had to immediately become more aware of my surroundings. People were constantly begging for money with children in their arms and there were many homeless people residing in the train stations. This was a good reality check. It was just ...
... he had lived, studied in European countries for more than thirty years. He knew Italy and Europe very well. Chen had a gentle character and was easy-going, we were very fortunate to have him for this tour, he allowed us to learn and experience more European culture, geography, history, customs and art, and so on at a deeper level. He would fly back to Italy to guide anther tour group. And our UK Tour guide would be a new one.
... know John feels the same way.
When the beers were done we walked back to the train and arrived in Louven 40 minutes later. Jossy took us on a tour of the center and out for a coffee. The center is super cute with a ton of old buildings mixed in with bars and shops. There is a university in the town and we witnessed all the little college kids coming back from the weekend with large suitcases. Jossy informed us that pretty much everyone goes home ...