Holiday Inn Brussels Airport

Address: 7 Holidaystraat, Diegem, Flemish Brabant, 1831, Belgium | 4 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Diegem

      ...and back home

      A travel blog entry by quinlet on Mar 03, 2015

      ... the 7 goes through the middle providing an easy interchange.

      The Eurostar waiting are at Gare du Midi is somewhat worse than at Ashford and shows up, even more, the question as to why this is needed. It was dirty and crowded with a poor bar/cafe. I was there 15 minutes before we were invited to board the train and I couldn't wait to get out.

      The train itself was almost empty - at least my carriage was - which made the journey ...

      Day 18-19: Rosslyn Chapel and Fairshaw Rigg

      A travel blog entry by nostalgi3 on Aug 12, 2014

      12 photos

      ... Scottish grounds: a Tesco supermarket to stock up on goods we cannot find at home. The car is really loaded and ready for the last bit of the trip. We have a B&B booked in Hexham, which already back on English territory. The rain keeps pouring so that we can only head out for some food and stay at the B&B for the rest of the night. Day 19: The wind is roaring outside but the sun is also present. We sit at breakfast with 2 couples and also ...

      World Cup day with Pete and Therese

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jun 14, 2014

      1 comment

      ... the match had a good ending with Italy winning 2-1. It kept the English fans fairly quiet, so that was the main thing. We went out to a bar after the match finished at 2am called Central Café that was the first smoking bar I’ve been to in Western Europe in a LONG time. Apparently it is illegal to smoke inside, but everyone does it there anyway. Not sure how that works, but it’s pretty nasty. We got a taxi home around 3am and I completely passed out. ...

      Papa Willy and the Fishermen

      A travel blog entry by abonilla on Apr 14, 2014

      23 photos

      ... we ordered more food. Harlea's name is difficult to pronounce for French individuals, so she always tries to make it easy by saying, "My name is Harlea, like Harley Davidson." This last time in order to pick up our order, "Harley Davidson! Harley Davidson!" was heard amongst the crowd. So fun!

      We then found our way to Grand Place. The architecture was unbelievably breathtaking! Buildings were covered in gold and the square was literally ...

      The Curse of the Gypsy Blood

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 21, 2014

      ... warm, crowded theatre, I realized something. It doesn’t matter what language they’re singing in, if they’re singing it all. Without comprehensible words, you can still feel the emotion in the music if it’s played right. It’s raw, it’s immediate and it conjures up images of people who have loved each other “to the depth and breadth and height [their] soul[s] can reach” and then perhaps lost each other, or ...