Alliance Hotel Brussels Expo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in my apartment for anyone to use when they have a drink. We also just walked around and we found a fry shop called “Friterie du Café Geogette” and it was absolutely amazing. We ended up getting a sauce called Dallas and it had a little kick to it, but was fantastic! Jokingly all day we would imitate different professors and what they might say about different buildings or squares that we would walk through. Surprisingly, we actually missed the ability to have ...
... the customers were eating. I was shocked because you would never be able to have a cat in a place where food is served in the U.S.. Neither Nastya or Alice were surprised by this animal making its rounds. Americans...
So with our coffee and croissant fix sated we headed to central station to take the hour and a half train ride to Bruges.
First day in Brussels..
We managed to find our way to our hotel by a combination of taxi and walking in circles. After dropping our bags off we headed straight to the town center. I didn't know much about Brussels prior to visiting besides it being known for their chocolate, waffles and beer. After spending a complete day here I feel like those are the only things worth knowing. The town hall is beautiful, but the rest of Brussels is ...
... one was full and one was leaving Calais at 1.30am - so it's down to either hitchhiking or coughing up the 35 Euro and getting one of the hourly ferries. The beard isn't going to help hitchhiking any, but I don't have anything with which to shave it off. So tomorrow I'll just ride to Calais, park the bike somewhere safe, make up a sign saying "Dover or London - Free" and see how it goes. If I can just get to Dover for free then I can catch a train or bus. If that fails, ...
... strips in French, Dutch and English, the full range of comic art is covered, including science fiction, wild west, crime and politics, as well as children's comics such as The Smurfs. It also has several exhibits on Belgium's most famous comic ...