First Euroflat Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the entire day walking around.
Instead of describing everything bit by bit, I think a bulleted list is going to actually be more informative. Here is what we did in chronological order:
-Parc de Bruxelles— A geometric, neoclassicist park; the biggest in the city-Palais Royal— The royal palace, right next to the Parc-Two large cathedrals, one called Notre Dame and the other whose name escapes me and looks like ...
... 2 hours only to be told it left from "just around the corner". No sooner had we got on the bus the rain started bucketing down. That caused traffic to congest (it was a Friday night and a long weekend in Belgium) so it was a slow tour and also didn't enable us to take any pictures through the rain drops on the bus's glass windows. Bummer, there were some great places like the European Commission building, ...
... was royally lost.
But bless them (Maxim and Jessica) they actually walked me to the Tram and told me where to get off and where to go from there.
I honestly think I would still be out there if I didn't find them, as I was about a 2 hour walk from where I wanted to end up.
I did well.
Eventually I ended up back where I needed to be, which was at the Gardens near the Royal Palace, ...
... 8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">3:54 pm:
On my $25 Ryanair flight headed to Brussels. Everything is going well, and i might even splurge on a snack. I am excited to see what Brussels and Belgium has to offer, as I'll be there until Sunday when I fly home. Beer, chocolate and waffles are in my future.
... to people in vulnerable situations. She talked about how impairment was linked to diseases in many places. From Cambodia to the Romanian orphans in the 1990s to land mines and Rwanda in 1994, Handicapped International works with people all over the world who are at risk for extreme poverty. Removing land mines is one of their biggest projects (in countries that have seen war like former Yugoslavia), as she said every 2 hours ...