Alliance Hotel Brussels Expo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Business Services
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... as we sampled for a better understanding as to what we were drinking (yes we were cheapskates and didn't want to pay for a proper tour). Whilst sitting there we had many people ask for photos - not sure why but we had some interesting chats along the way until we had a group of Germans sit next to us most of which were nice minus one obnoxious prick who ruined it for the rest of them. We finished our beers and moved on to find some lunch. ...
... somewhere close, or head back into town? We decided the latter. But instead of walking 45 mins back in, we jumped on the Metro for a speedy 5 station return. We stopped for a beer at a local cafe and enjoyed some people watching. This town is a melting pot of cultures which made sitting and watching the crowds pass by very entertaining. As the evening was getting late, we decided to locate somewhere to grab dinner. We settled on a restaurant nearby ...
... bend and intertwine with no apparent regard for any sort of order so getting lost is pretty easy. But keep wandering, and you find your way around eventually. Standing on the northern end of the city you can look down the river and see four or five bridges among which is the famous Charles Bridge. This is the one where Jon Voight's character is supposedly shot in the first of Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible movies. It's late on a ...
... he has worn over the years. From Elvis to Santa, he has costumes from all over the world. Sorted out hoses and now have working showers and toilet in the van.
Off to Brugge next. Wifi is intermittent and difficult to load pictures, will load more when I can.
Love to all and I hope you have a good ...
... of the LaForge aid station, now an empty pasture. I am feeling completely satisfied, completely buried, and completely ready to go home. I drove out of the Ardennes, around Liege, and on to Brussels where I returned the car and hopped the train to le Gare Central, except now I am back to dealing with signs in Dutch. My Air BnB here is a room in a nice apartment near la grande place. My host is a 25 year old gay guy. He carries the Belgian ...