Alliance Brussel Airport Hotel
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... music coming from somewhere, so I followed the sound and came across yet another LGBT pride fair. These things seem to be following me around Europe! I discovered a fritkoten (a van selling deep fried food), and they were selling 7 Dutch Doughnuts for 6 Euro. Once I'd finished those, I didn't really want anything else for dinner, I was quite full, so today I had toast for breakfast from the hostel, chocolate for lunch and doughnuts for dinner. I think ...
... our hotel, we had lunch at one of the numerous pavement cafés and had a croque Monsieur and a cheese croquette washed down with a local beer. We carried on and walked through gardens and more squares, very tired by the time we arrived back at base so had a nana nap then showered ready for an evening out. We walked back down towards the centre, many of the pavement cafés are closed, ...
... sausage, which is a traditional Belgian dish. We also saw the famous "peeing baby" statue (which we were surprised how small the statue was), the royal palace grounds, a musical instrument museum, and the Brussels opera house. Brussels is the political capital of Europe, and houses the headquarters of the European Union, which was very interesting to see and learn about its ...
It was a lovely trip, I met so many wonderful people, made new friends, saw wonderful places, discovered the North of Italy, where I will certainly go back...
Arriving at Zaventem, It felt so strange! Take the train, arrive at Central station, and take the metro... see the known streets and shops and finally get "home". Did I really do this whole tour of Portugal Spain Italy? Time went by ...
... cream piled on the top had to be heaped off just so we could get to the waffle section of the meal! On our wander around town we also passed a store selling pom frites (chips with mayo), another food made famous by Belgium. Of course we had to try them too! They were the best we've had! They seem to taste better when they're eaten out of paper cones too! We continued walking and found the Brussels Meeting Square and the Royal Palace. We went ...