City Inn Hotel And Apartments
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... opposite the Town Hall. The costumes are managed by the non-profit association The Friends of Manneken-Pis, who review hundreds of designs submitted each year, and select a small number to be produced and used.
After seeing this little marvel, I walked through Brussels Park to see the Royal ...
... and had always been satisfied with the appropriate saying , 'You get what you pay for.' However, this hostel was something else completely. With no computer booking system and only a sheet of paper to copy our passport details on. Unpleasantly people were allowed to smoke in the downstairs common area and the group of rotted teeth receptionists sat at a round table drinking beer for the majority of each day. We were shown to our room, very ready to sleep and were given ...
... the entrance), a bathroom (on the lef) and big living room (on the right). There, we had the stairs to the room. The apartment had everything available for our stay (linen, towels, kitchenware, oven, microwave, tv and even free WiFi Internet access). As it was already late, we agreed to meet again downstairs at the lobby in 10 minutes, to go outside and find a restaurant for dinner. The next adventure was to find a ...
... at the train station.
We had sussed out the train station for our trip to Brussels, so the
first attempt at Eurail has gone smoothly. We had to pay extra for
this train, but others will be free. Comfortable seats, large
viewing windows, table space and Wifi, except that it won't connect!
We need to research Belgium now. Saturday has been planned for
us, with Evy and her sister driving us to their home area. After
that Evy wants our ...
... are a curious folk in that they speak French and Flemish (and some seemingly 5 other languages). Knowing however which Belgian speaks which is not as easy as looking at someone. We knew very little french and our Flemish could only be derived from the little dutch we knew so we stumbled on. Our meal was entertaining if nothing else as the French speaking Belgian guy flirted heinously with the girls all night and assured us when we ordered that what ...