Holiday Inn Express Antwerp City North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was even more exciting was that compared to our first time in Dubai, this time, I was actually able to follow along with all things corporate travel during the presentations and the breakout sessions.
Lunch was another fancy affair with Kees Hogetoorn, the Director of Sales and Marketing at The Grand Amsterdam (an Accor Sofitel property). And grand this definitely was! The hotel building dated back many years and every room was rich with Dutch history and culture, ...
... as the best being double fried in proper fat.
There was quite a buzz about the place with lots of people attracted to the city but also to the Gay Pride big parade. The Capitaine had told us it was on and said as they like uniforms he would not be wearing his!! There were hundreds and hundreds of gays taking part and many more watching. Within the floats there were, drag queens music, dancing, and flag staff jugglers. About 30 ...
Friday, May 23, 2014
Hello Dear Friends,
I am writing to you from the Eurostar, having just crossed under the English Channel in the chunnel. As reported by other correspondents, it was a non-event, consisting of about 15 minutes zipping through a pitch-black tunnel before emerging in France. Ta-dah! What, that’s it? I suppose the fact that it is a marvel of engineering is what makes it a non-event, and that’s a good ...
... it has been stolen and destroyed many times over the last 500 years. A fun fact about the statue is that it has its own full time dress maker who styles the statue depending on important days and celebrations. Belgium is a cool city but the sights are nothing that is a “must see”. Its more of an experience city. Our guide explained all the must try and do’s. Mostly food and drink related! After the tour we headed off to try another national dish ...
... but never got a chance to book a trip on it. Both my previous road trips to the mainland had been through ferry crossing into France. With an idea to do something different in mind I booked my tickets on the euro tunnel. The channel tunnel is a 50 km tunnel linking the UK with the rest of Europe. The tunnel carries high speed Eurostar trains and the world's largest vehicular transport train, ...