BEST WESTERN PLUS Aero 44
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to turn a corner, because I was sure we needed to stay near the metro stop, and at the end of the block, I finally found a street sign that appeared on my map. I took a moment to explain to Bryn that if she didn't keep up we'd be going home to do homework all afternoon, took her hand, and the three of us started off. At the end of this block, our dot was on track, and we quickly made it to our bus stop. It was approximately ...
... toast- we were the poor tourists this morning!
Below are some pictures of our hotel including the fabulous view from our room- NOT! I don't think this is actually a particularly great part of town. There are a lot of immigrant men loitering about looking bored and unemployed. At one point, when out looking for a restaurant, I noted that there were ...
... the most interesting parts of the bunker. Apparently there are 5 km of walk ways below ground and Cassie and I walked most of it. It was a wonderful opportunity and the guide was very informed and knowledgeable. So now it is just up to me to find the time to finish the audio tour off. This woices site would be a great project for students. I plan on using it over ...
... back to the hotel, stopping for a drink, fries and dessert at Kwint, a lovely cafe overlooking the lower city, a formal garden, and a very interesting clock. It was a hot evening and the breeze on the hill was especially refreshing.
On Friday, Chris visited a museum, visited a nice park and had fries at "the best" fry stand in Brussels while Melanie spent the day in meetings. After a really nice dinner at Poivre & Sel, a ...
Sweet sweet wanna be French! Just kidding, Brussels was pretty cool. This city really reminded us of of DC in a strange way. We arrived at Bruxless Central and we were immediatly bombarded by pan-handlers and gypsies...sound like DC yet? After proving that we were just as poor as they were we set out to find our hostel. We have been getting more savy about navigating unfamiliar cities, our only worry was the half eaten pigeon and crazy ...