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... were many things without an English explanation. However, the art was still amazing to see. There was also a film at the end of exhibit that gave an in depth look at the artist's life. I also got to have a lovely coffee and pastery at a cafe after the museum and finished with a bit of shopping. I think that sums up most of our time in Brussels. On our last night we went out for a final piece of Belgium chocolate and to watch the World Cup ...
... the match had a good ending with Italy winning 2-1. It kept the English fans fairly quiet, so that was the main thing. We went out to a bar after the match finished at 2am called Central Café that was the first smoking bar I’ve been to in Western Europe in a LONG time. Apparently it is illegal to smoke inside, but everyone does it there anyway. Not sure how that works, but it’s pretty nasty. We got a taxi home around 3am and I completely passed out. ...
... Place and headed home.
So that was our weekend. It was basically one huge final test of all our skills we picked up over the last two months: how to ride a bus, how to ride a train, how to talk to locals, how to become un-lost, how to be a tourist, how to read a map, how to wait long periods of time, how to keep calm, and how to roll with the punches. I guess we passed since we survived it all. Only a few more days until I'm back in the states! See y'all ...
... dinner, we walked next door to Delirium Tremens to celebrate my friend Caroline’s birthday.
Sunday morning we managed to be ready to go by 9:00am because we still had yet to see anything in Brussels. First we went to see Grand Place, a huge square with large ornate buildings. Around the corner we found Manneken Pis, a famous statue of a peeing boy. I guess our expectations were pretty high because when we finally ...
... required to pass virtually any policy is what I find to be the major fault, and it is quite similar to what caused the downfall of the League of Nations.I feel as though I learned quite a bit. Another interesting tidbit of information from one of the lectures is the attitude that many Europeans seem to have towards African nations (except South Africa). One lecturer mentioned that the Arab Spring and many economic and developmental issues in Africa were not Europe's fault. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Brussels Europa
I was worried after booking this hotel through an online tour company, and then reading some of the previous reviews on this site. I had nothing to fear. We had a refurbished, Gustav Klimt themed room which I have to say was gorgeous. The bathroom was big and beautifully lit, and the bed was heavenly. I didn't even have to touch my boyfriend at night!! (only joking Ben).
Very clean and friendly. The Hotel is about 20 minutes walk from Midi
Station, situated near a Metro stop.
I stayed with a friend in a twin bedded room on the top floor. The room was large with Satellite TV and free Tea and Coffee.
The bathroom was stocked with all the necessary items and even had bath robes.
The staff were very helpful.
The only disappointing aspect was the price of breakfast - 25 Euro's. We didn't bother as a cup of coffee kept us going until we hit town.
This hotel features in many on line deals which work out considerably
cheaper than booking the Hotel direct.
This hotel was byfar the worst I have ever stayed at. I booked it through priceline, and supposidly it was a 4 star, but in actuality, the manager of the hotel said it was 3. The location was soooooooooooooooo out of the way, walking to the city center took about 30-45 minutes. By car, the taxis choose long ways in order to get paid more. Previously, approximately 3 weeks ago I was in Brussels again and chose to stay at the marriott. That hotel was amazing. It was a block away from the Grand Place. Beautiful building, walking anywhere in the center was literally 5 minutes. Don't stay at this hotel. The room service menu is only a page long of more or less 5-6 items. Service is ok depending on the person, but overall I hated this hotel, the location, and the food in it.
I stayed at this hotel with my family. Everything was perfect, taxi from Station is 10 euros, the breakfast was very lovely. This was included in the room rate which was cheap for such a decent hotel. Always check on hotel website for deals.
This hotel is beyond what we expected. Room was still spacious even with the extra bed for my 3-year-old daughter. A child-friendly hotel, kids are free. My daughter enjoyed being treated like a princess during our dinner on the first night. And after the dinner, while hanging out at the bar, the barman gave my daughter a coloring book and colored pens! Totally stunning! The staff is very accomodating and friendly. You can feel their sincere warmth!
Reports of the remoteness of this hotel are exaggerated. To reach the centre of Brussels rapidly, turn left on exiting the Crowne Plaza hotel, walk down two flights of steps, turn right, walk thirty metres under the bridge and the Brussels Metro is on your right. You can travel to Gare Centrale in five minutes for less than two euro. Central Brussels and the Grande Place is literally another five minutes walk away from the Gare Centrale.
This is a typical hotel for the Eurocrats and people doing business with them. An anonymous high rise bunker in the middle of an office district. The rooms are fairly large and comfortable. Unfortunately many rooms overlook a busy railway station. I had problems sleeping. The other rooms overlook a busy 4 lane road, so I guess there's no escape.
I was very impressed with the hotel. It was very clean and the staff were very helpful.
The menu in the restaurant was fairly limited, but the quality was very good.
Perfect European location
Enjoyed the service by the super friendly staff. They realy made my stay. Location is perfect if you want to be close to EU.
We were rather worried after reading the previous reviews like another reviewer was. Firstly I would like to point out that the hotel is situated close to the gare du nor and not the midi where the eurostar arrives. You need to get a train from platforms 7 or 8 and travel 2 stops. A helpful local freely stopped and helped us as we were looking very lost!