Dolce la Hulpe Brussels
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Friday, October 10, 2014 We left home at 3:45 in the afternoon. Our driver, Danny, drove to East Northport to pick up Marsha and Herb on our way to JFK. Our Delta flight to Brussels, Belgium left on time. The flight was 7 hours and 15 minutes. We arrived 30 minutes ahead of schedule. Saturday, October 11, 2014 After going through customs and retrieving our luggage we were ...
... we onderweg.
Via Carmel gaan we naar Santa Maria waar we dineren en overnachten.
Dag 13: Santa Maria – Santa Barbara ...
... an atomic molecule model. It has been described as a surrealistic walk through tubes and spheres and has a astounding panoramic view of Brussels. You can take a tour of the structure that connects the spheres via steps and escalators.
After this I went back to the city and viewed the amazing architecture and set in the main square and people watched. Around 5:30 PM it starting raining heavily. Thank goodness I had ...
... in the afternoon. I like to comfort myself with the tag line of the new Fin-de-Siecle museum in Brussels - "Every end is a new beginning". With the end of my contract and my time here, I move forth to finishing my degree and hopefully finding a proper job, and with the end of my contract, a new intern moves into my room. It's the end for me, but a new beginning for her. I wish that all the charms and beauties of Belgium will reveal themselves to her.
... time rearranging our things to fit into three bags (including having to put the guitar inside my empty bag, then inside its case!), but we got there eventually, then checked the guitar. He wouldn't take it there though, so we had to carry it with us to the gate anyway! We went through security then after walking through the tiny airport (about as big as Avalon!) we were extremely lucky to find two seats together, as there was nowhere near ...