BEST WESTERN Brussels East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... I could spend all day just eating this chocolate. I decided I had walked enough so I headed back to the hostel to get my room key and see what was happening there. I also have to plan tomorrow since I don't know what I am doing! I had bought a Belgian beer tour for tonight so I set off to look for the meet up place. The beer tour was amazing. I hadn't realized how much tradition and pride went into making their beer. Warning, I might sound like an alcoholic and I will admit the beer ...
... Edinburgh or Glasgow. So, in order to get to Glasgow I first had to take the bus to the train station and then the train station to Glasgow train station and then walk to the bus stop that takes you to the Glasgow airport and then figure myself out from there. Luckily all went smoothly and I actually made it to the airport with PLENTY of time. Going through security over here is basically a breeze, so far i haven't waited for more than 10 minutes to get through and since I ...
The tent was fairly dry to pack up despite a misty night. We were efficiently ready to move off the site by about ten. Quick shop at Aldi before we left Ypres then we headed east across Belgium. Coffee stop after about an hour and a half near Ronse/Renaix. We passed the Butte du Lion on the Waterloo battlefield and noted it for future reference. Made our way to the SE of Brussels, around its ring road system, to ...
... place on the edge of Brussels, then another within just a few minutes to Waterloo [???], only to find that the highway ramp in the direction of Paris was closed and I was effectively forced to go with my next lift back to Brussels, from where I caught a lift with a truckie from a service station. This lift took me to Lille, just over the border into France, after two hours of cruising down the highway with the driver blasting some sort of cheesy Dutch pop through the truck speakers ...
... pilgrims form the first pilgrimage were sustained Ono the muscles that Belgium is now famous for. The shells show the way of the pilgrims and they all lead to a St Jacobs church. Nifty. Guddy is planning to do part of that pilgrimage, picking it up in Spain. Not that he plans anything really.... We went back to the marketplace and discover some markets. Nice. It was all fresh produce and the square was full of Brugges-ite locals all filling their bags and ultimately the ...