Alliance Brussel Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... wearing a Hurricanes hat and we got talking about Jerry Collins and the season and the likes. That night we had the opening party with a huge world-famous DJ in Dreamville, it was called The Gathering. We had a few drinks with the Scots and headed on over. Getting there was a 5 minute walk into the other tenting area. The area in which you had to bring your own tent. Behind this was like a market, I can't describe it well enough. Again everything to the theme and all of it there ...
... directional misgivings (Liz is usually always right) we headed for the Gin Palace that is the European Parliament. This thoroughly lived down to expectations being a set of expensive marble, glass and steel buildings, full of their own importance at the cost of the whole of Europe, vaguely reminiscent of The Scottish Parliament (sorry Scots people, we still
love you all, honest!) And for our German friends, we still want our extra sausages!
... which also cost €0.70. We were both tired after lunch and a restless sleep so we headed home for a nap. On our way we found a grocery store. Everything is in French so we relied on the pictures. We napped from 4-7 then watched some tv for a bit. At 9 we went to the Old Oak for a drink. It was packed yesterday when we walked by but tonight it was pretty empty. The guy working said people go to the city center on Saturdays so ...
... the workers supposed to go? Well we hit the road again and we didn’t stop until Brussels. Brussels was very small and friendly. Out home for the night was a small apartment right out of the town square. It looked out to the street and was on the top floor, so there were lots of steps to the apartment. The kitchen of the apartment was so cute and small, yet big for everything else in the apartment. The toilet area was basically 3ftX3ft, so you could wash your hands ...
... area which was quite nice, we didn't bother to go to Mini-Europe though as we had already been to most of the real places there. Got the national dish of chips and mayo for lunch and sat in the sun to eat it.
We went back into town to see the statue of Manneken Pis - he was wearing one of his costumes and was completely covered up so we couldn't see him - I was annoyed.
Out for dinner at night and then a stroll round the Christmas market behind the ...