BEST WESTERN PLUS Park Hotel Brussels
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...except our bus ran into traffic (caused by an almost comedically unfortunate combination of road work and accidents), and what was supposed to be a 50 minute trip ended up taking two hours, dropping us off at the airport a scant 10 minutes before our plane was scheduled to depart.
As I mentioned in the first entry from Belgium, we utilized the cheapest means at our disposal to make this trip possible, and this meant flying with RyanAir, ...
... which was fine by us since we had wasted money on a day pass for the bus.
So we got off at Gare Central and said hallelujah finally a place we know. We decided to have dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe in the Grand Place. I tell ya, when you're super thirsty a place with free refills is a godsend. So we had our first and last meals in Brussels at Hard Rock. Don't hate, we ate Belgian food too for most of our trip. Then we took our REAL last pictures ...
... the best salt we had EVER tasted. We figured since they had so many bottles that they wouldn't mind if one went missing and the best salt ever came home with us. Apologies to the Belgium fry place, if they lady at the sushi place hadn't made us chug a bottle of wine we probably wouldn't have stolen your salt so really the blame falls on her.
Next up: My spring break trip through Nice, Cinque Terre, and Rome! Get excited my friends!!
After a thirty minute subway journey from Manhattan to Jamaica station, then a 10 minute 'air train' to JFK airport Terminal 7, I have a two hour wait at the airport, then I get a flight at 8pm from New York which takes six hours, followed by a one and half hour wait at Keflavik airport for a three hour flight to Gatwick ...
... to where we thought it was and whoop there it was. It was tiny. The statue that is. We even overheard a school boy say, "it's a little small if you ask me" not sure if he was talking about the statue itself or the little boys penis. Anyways- we walked to the king's palace and ventured inside a musical instrument museum. The museum contained the most musical instruments (over 8,000) in it in the world. Detail: ...