Hotel Campanile Brussels Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Campanile Brussels Airport Zaventem
Chip, good and clean rooms, rather for workers looking for the chip bight without breakfast and diner (but is available and quite good). Polish girl on the reception. Pozdrawiamy Pania serdecznie.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Campanile Brussels Airport Zaventem
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... has passed in the blink of an eye, and it seems like just yesterday that I was standing in the general hall of my place of my employment , jet-laggedly meeting the rest of my cohort, and totally overwhelmed at my surroundings. It’s strange for me, even three months along, to look back at the person I was when I arrived here, and to think of how I imagined my surroundings. In the past three months, I’ve learned where the ...
... transfer to the Boston-plane, is no time to take a nap nor to drink a cup of coffee, as we're already kind of late. But all of this, does not change our mood, at least not mine. See you in Boston. 18:18 almost in Boston and same day: As you can see, we did not mis our flight, what a joy. No honestly, we must call us self lucky that they ...
... at the playground. My favorite part was when Sage instigated a game of chase with Daddy and Bryn. After running all over the park, Bryn appeared at my side shouting, "Mommy, there's an evil guy coming! His name is Daddy!"
Overall, I wasn’t completely satisfied with the “kid friendly” aspect of the things we did today, but as far as Bryn and Sage were concerned they beat the Grand Place and Manneken Pis. ...
... for a picnic. for the afternoon, most of the group went to Tower Hill while Maureen and I went to the Britsih museum since we had both already seen it. In the evening we had our first tour meeting and then went for fish and chips for dinner. This morning we got up at six for the bus and have just arrived at our hotel. We have an evening in Brussels and then will be off to Amsterdam in the ...
... I'm in Belgium. Now what? Let's deal with a public transportation system in a city I'm totally unfamiliar with. That should be fun! I found an information desk at the airport and was expected to be treated in the usual stuffy, rude European fashion. Well, I was courteous enough to speak to her in French and it went a long way. Actually, the girl was really helpful, smiled at us the entire time, offered us brochures and (get this) ...