Hostel Grand Place
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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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It's been the busiest two weeks of the school year around here; four essays and two midterms due, but I'm here to travel abroad, amirite?
I took a 1.5hour flight to Brussels, Belgium (fun fact: the de facto capital of the European Union ) with Rosalie, an exchange friend from Quebec City. We arrived late Friday night to a dorm room of 8 …
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... the area (H&M and Zara fist obviously) and I even bought another pair of fun pants. That day we unknowingly walked past Mannekin Pis and didn't even think twice about that being the tourist attraction; it was just so small. After wandering around the city for a while we followed a clumsy woman with a yellow balloon to the bus station and took a bus to the Automium and Mini Europe. I did not expect ...
... to wear eyeliner which left me with the usual fuzzy feeling inside. Rock Werchter was obviously rocking. It wasn't as crazy as I expected it to be even though it was a pretty crowded venue. There were three stages set up but for our purposes we utilized just two of the stages as we went back and forth to see various acts.
As a final date with my DM, it was bittersweet. Truth be told, I have learned to be better at not ...
... Of course there is however no other way to see so much of Brussels without spending a lot more time and investing ourselves in the "derelicte" public transport! Anyhow on our last day we set off to Bruges to check out this nice little Flemmish speaking city and we were glad we did! V v quant and different to Brussels. Nice to wander around. However the two biggest things we did were: Chocolate and Play in the Snow!! The chocolate was everywhere and we spent an obscene ...