Alliance Brussel Airport Hotel
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... meer bewolking en regenval en is mede daarom minder toeristisch dan het zuiden.
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... I know, every Australian that stays here says that". She showed me the room I'm staying, and was lucky enough to find a power point right next to my bed - possibly the only power point in the whole room. I put my helmet camera on charge, then went to the common area and had a cup of tea to relax. I asked the hostel manager what to do for dinner, but she wasn't very helpful, so afterwards I just went for a walk. As I approached the city centre, I could ...
We checked out of the Hotel Akbert in Bruges and headed for the train. There were literally hordes of people exiting the train station, we had to push our way through and find the correct platform. A 50 min. Ride to Brussels and a taxi to our hotel, we appreciated a cup of coffee and then set off on foot to explore. We had a quick bite to eat In a little cafe nearby and then wandered down the broad avenue towards a tall monument. This turned out to be ...
... to re-route ourselves to NATO to try and see that. Just finding the address proved to be a feat since it didn't seem to exist in the GPS maps. We drove trying to find it and after some time gave up and decided to just head back toward the airport to grab some dinner, fill the car up and return it and check into our flight. About an hour later, after fighting traffic we finally made it out of the city. The next task was to find a gas station. Once ...
... and have been mulling it over in my mind: the life of an expat.
Today marks the end of my third month here in Brussels – not only is it the halfway point of my internship, but it’s also the point where I can start accruing paid holiday time. I feel a bit more like a full—fledged employee, and just last week, another man in my corridor said that because I fit in, it felt like I’d always just been there. ...