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After 2h20 of flight, we finally arrived at the Brussels South Charleroi airport, and one of our crew members lost the key to the padlock of his hand luggage. It's time to find someone to break the padlock somehow. At the airport exit, after asking at the lost and found area, we found the police. So he asked their if they could break his padlock, …
... once through there we were at the carousel waiting for our bags and one came around then the other did not so sat watched waited waited waited finally the missing bag showed up and away we went to go through immigration and to our surprise we were in the main concourse and out in a cab to the Hotel.
After checkin we were out and about on a cloudy day walking around the Grand Place of Brussels and i can tell you this is a old style building persons dream. We had to ...
... there was a place—and a good place too—for me if I am just myself. So even though you probably didn’t know I was going through that or that I needed help at all, thank you so much for helping me out Jessie! You are one of the best people I know, and I am so happy we are friends!
After Jessie left we went to see the Atomium, which is Brussels’s version of the Eiffel Tower. It is a giant statue in the shape of an Iron crystal, and it ...
... soldiers that could not be identified after the battle for Ieper. The story goes that 200000 bodies were buried under a thin layer of soil in 1920. A company was hired to clean up the site and were awestruck at the number of bodies found. This was the battle of Ieper (Ypres)! The actual sheer numbers of dead soldiers in the battle hit us as we walked around the cemetery. This battle was unbelievable and it was clear once again ...
When we arrived in Brussels on Wednesday afternoon, I had plans for a number of activities to do with the kids. I was thinking that each morning while Joe was at the Royal Library doing his research, we could be low key and do the grocery shopping and laundry sorts of things. Then in the afternoons, we'd all be able to go out and see some sights, like the giant iron atom (Atomium) ...
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
Our stay at Flats Veronese was quite great. We have booked 2 studios (28 and 35 sq. meters) and 1 apartment (45 sq. meters), but I'm going to evaluate only one of them (45 sq. meters), located on the top of the building.
I'll make a small review for the following categories:
APARTMENT: The apartment was a quite spacious duplex, with kitchen, bathroom and living room and of course room ( ). There's plenty of space for 4 persons in this flat, as the couch in the living room is a comfortable sofa-bed ( ). The kitchen had a microwave, toaster, water-heater, a stove and oven! The room is upstairs and has a big window on the ceiling of the building ( ) although with strong wind, there was bad isolation and the window opened a little bit (-), not critical though.
We had a small problem with the shower (the water flush was not wide open, but concentrated in a small part of the shower), but manageable for the duration of our stay (-).
There's also cable TV and free access WiFi (SSID and password available upon arrival) ( ).
CLEANLINESS: The room, the linen, towels, bathroom and kitchenware was very clean.
BREAKFAST: No breakfast! It's a flat not a hotel room :) If you want to have breakfast, go to the supermarket and do it yourself. It's cheaper, believe me. Brussels is a very expensive city.
STAFF: No staff at all. Although you can talk to the "manager" of the reception using the room phone or using your own to call the reception. I had the need to do it, and I was well taken cared of :)
LOCATION: It's in the European Union Quarter and a 5-10 minute walk to the Schuman metro station.
AMENITIES: If I'm not mistaken or confused, Flats Veronese has "a protocol" with a nearby hotel (Hotel Chelton) that allows guest to use their pool and gym. To be confirmed locally. We haven't used it.
OVERALL: It was a great place to stay and I recommend staying here when visiting Brussels. It's also a quiet part of the city... :)
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.