Dolce la Hulpe Brussels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... language skills, everything about wildlife and nature, managing a lodge, are most of all knowledge about people and about myself. I learned even more than before, how people are, how they behave and what they think. During safaris like we did, camping in the wild and going back to nature, I did find out some things about myself that I didn't know (or did not want to know) before. I am surprised how tolerant I am, especially when living 24 hours a day, 14 days in a ...
... of old with no shops, just 3 smart looking restaurants, a Sherman firefly tank and a statue of a bargee and his wife. There were one or two interesting buildings and one had a dark past of things that the Gestapo did during the war making it a place of interrogations. For shops and supermarkets visitors and locals alike had to go to the river ferry and cross to the town of Boom. We were OK so didn’t need to go.
... Despite the name bestowed upon them by what I can only assume were weary American GIs during WWII, French Fries (frites) call Belgium home, and there's no better place in the city to acquire them than Maison Antoine (if the line is any indication, anyway). Inclement weather did nothing to temper the crowd waiting for frites, which are available with a massive variety of sauces. The bars in the square even welcome Maison Antoine food on ...
... events and activities for international students around the world. The trip lasted for two days and only costed students €70. It included the bus rides, some meals, the hostel, and visits to a chocolate factory and beer brewery. I met some old friends and many new ones from Italy, Spain, Thailand, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, France and Belgium. This is one of the greatest blessings I enjoy from traveling-meeting unique and diverse people ...
... our delightful snack, we had all the energy we needed to explore the city. We meandered our way to St.Catherine's church where we stopped for a coffee in the park. We then made our way to the stunning Grand Place, or central square, which offers cafes, chocolatiers, brew houses, hotels, City Hall and much more. Not surprisingly, this beautiful square is on the UNESCO list and is the top attraction in Brussels. The ...