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... Place. It is a rather hidden jewel as you walk through narrow typical old city streets and turn a corner and voila! there it is! This huge square is surrounded by monumental buildings that are decorated profusely with statues, gargoyles, spires, and gilding everywhere. The whole square is crowded with people taking photos—watch out for pickpockets everywhere here we are told.
One of the most beautiful buildings is the Hotel de Ville which was built in the 1400s. It ...
... the Atomium. This is a structure from the 1958 World Fair - consisting of nine gigantic balls representing an iron crystal lattice enlarged 165 billion times. It could be viewed vaguely with the rain - but managed to get some good shots when the sky cleared. It was 7pm and we got back to the hotel. There was a cinema just across the hotel we we watched the Russell Crow acting Noah. And had fast food fried chicken for dinner (Hector ...
Brusseles, Brugge, Antwerp. You would have to live under a pretty big rock no to know of them. But I was very surprised to find that if you stood in one of these amzing cities and threw a stone, you would stand a good chance of hitting one of the others. Belgium is that small. We got off the train at 10pm and were near the other side of Belgium by midnight. we have woken to ...
... of the blind) or if a visitor to the country has donated it (like his tiny Elvis suit) It was here that i had my first authentic Belgian waffle. Mmmm it was tasty! There were allsorts of odd combinations of toppings you could have on them, but i gave all that a miss.I was enjoying taking in the atmosphere of it all, people milling about and giggling :D Seeing the divine chocolate shops and pretty lace shops and wandering the quaint little streets. By accident, i came ...
... book Rail Europe sends in the mail with your pass not only takes about 12 different keys to help you read it, you somehow have to figure out your own connections and it doesn't always list all of the time options! That’s fun. We hopped on a train from Dusseldorf to Koln (Cologne?) and then switched to go from Koln to Brussels. Once in Brussels, we stopped at the Tourist Information kiosk to book a room (this is the only city we ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Grand Place Brussels
This is a good hostel, once you actually get there. I checked in at a different hostel before having to head to the actual one I was due to stay in. Great rooms and great location though
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