Homiris Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... alongside and when they answered they said it is automatic!! We then noticed the green pole so went over and twisted as we have done in France. Nothing happened and then we read the sign which said “push” and for a second we had an amber flashing light. We waited and waited but nothing and could still hear the water falling over the gate so we know it had not emptied. We contacted them twice more before we saw 2 men come to ...
... who need full time care use the Belgian schools and the kids go to Brussels American school. So we just run an hourly care room for the stay at home parents who just need to drop their kids off for a few hours. It's one room for ages 0-5 years so it's really hard to watch such different ages at once.
Yesterday was pretty torturous trying to learn stuff at the center with our bags in a car and no sleep. Finally in the afternoon someone brought us to the apartment. ...
... not $1200. Even in “boring” Brussels, there are heaps of museums and it’s the birthplace of several influential art nouveau architects and artists. Since I arrived, I’ve been to the Netherlands (twice), Luxembourg, Germany (twice) and all over Flanders and Wallonia. I’m going to Switzerland and will be going to London in 2014, and have vague ideas for short trips to France, Austria, Hungary and possibly ...
... our uneventful journey to Brussels. Though on the outskirts of town (a trend of this tour) we over nighted in a modern hotel with single beds ... we hope that is not a trend!
That night we didn't take the tour (a Kitchin trend!), but walked ourselves at dusk all over the town, up a glass lift, around the old town alleys and shops particularly chocolate ones and ...
... him with US Independence Day attire on which was cool.
From there it was a direct walk to the other most populated spot - Grand Place. Unfortunately for us, there were a bunch of stages obscuring our view, but we managed to get 100 photos nonetheless. With all the buildings having quite a history, it is no wonder that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There were so many people walking around including tourist groups that you could easily ...