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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... stairs, pushed through security, loaded by 18kg checked baggage through the little vaerbelt, ran to what I thought was my gate, only to be told it was the next one along. I was one of the last people to get in the queue, the whole plane had practically boarded and I pleaded with the lady to let my bag go on.
She was a bit bemused, wanting to know if I’d slept in and arrived late. I protested that my line had not moved and I’d been here for an hour and a half. ...
... jumped on the "Atomium" line. Around this time, the sun had also dropped and it became quite cold, perfect time to be in an open top bus...not! The route took us a fair distance out of the downtown area and through large parklands, out to the Atomium. This structure is a representation of the atomic make up of iron crystal. It was created in 1958 as part of the the World Expo hosted in Brussels in '58. Though you could be mistaken in thinking it was build ...
... level of social and cultural life of the period in this important political and commercial centre.
MIM - Musical Instruments Museum
MIM displays more than 6,000 instruments collected from around 200 of the world’s countries ...
... a cool American girl that we walked home with via another cool pub in town. The pub was called Toone and was at a puppet theatre. Unfortunately I had a slight mishap, managing to spill my whole beer over my clothes, so we went back to the hotel for me to have a shower. After a clean up we went in search of some cool comic art murals, followed by dinner. It was cool walking around Brussels at night and when we walked into the Grote Place ...
Our day trip to Rotterdam was a lovely way to finish our time in The Netherlands. Travelling is always interesting and when we were asked to leave the train at Den Haag due to a fallen power cable, we wondered if we would get to Rotterdam without getting lost, as the suggestion was to go to Gouda and catch another train. So, we changed platforms feeling a bit confused, waited, and then were redirected back to the first point. Whew! We ...