Alliance Hotel Brussels Expo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... course you have to try them all! It is well worth it. Suprisingly Brussels has a lot going for it. However there is one street that has at least 15 restaurants and all the managers are outside barking at you and trying to sell their restaurant to you. It is incredibly frustrating, irritating and intimidating all at the same time. We ...
... The drink of choice was mulled wine, very warm, and with it we looked in all the little stands which were selling hand crafted wood and ceramic pieces. These markets are organized to look like little towns, all the wooden huts are identical, kind of like in a flea market. Once we returned to the hostel, we went almost straight to sleep, day 1 complete. Tuesday morning we had an early start (around 8) because it was a train day, aka ...
... specialty and the country is known to the world for it. In old times chocolate was sold in pharmacies because of chocolate’s efficacy of the treatment of depression.
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Train journey 2 ... London St Pancras to Brussels Eurostar.
Journey time 2hours 10minutes
Hearty breakfast at the college and a tube journey with expanding bags to St Pancras.
Easy boarding onto coach 16 (very long train!!) to Brussels. After navigating the huge train station at Brussels Midi, we eventually work out how to get the metro line 4 through Kunst-Wet ...
... meetings and decisions are made.
However as much as European politics excited us, our 2 days there were spent wondering around the amazing Christmas markets. Pretty much just drinking and eating. It really was an awesome atmosphere. Especially at night. All the chalets light up and all the shops stayed open late and everyone was happy and drunk. Very good times. As we walked around we ticked ...