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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... to explore the plane in reverse. Fortunately, when the doors had closed and nobody wanted the aisle seat, that aisle seat became mine :) Impressively, the pilot did his announcement in English, French and then German. He left the Arabic version to a cabin member. Emirates is clearly proud of their international crew, announcing the number of countries the crew is from and how many languages they speak. 12 and 13 this flight. ...
So another weekend we couldn't bear to stay home! Bridget and I both didn't have classes until Wednesday (well she didn't until Friday) so we decided that a nice long weekend in Brussels would be lovely! After our classes on Friday afternoon we met up with our BlaBla car lady at Le Poterie (end of the metro line) to start our journey to Paris. (Funny side note story, while waiting for the other guy who was travelling with us ...
... too old for them and they wanted to party - but who was I to argue, I was a temporary flatmate and I didn't want to overstay my welcome. I then wandered home up the road, stopped off for some chips and came home and munched away.
Well, I woke up at 12 noon. Head a little worse for wear. What is in Belgium beer anyway???
Thankfully the heavens were in my favour and it was a grey, rainy day! Yay! Back to bed after a large glass ...
February 8, 2013. Today the second part of my foreign adventures begins.
As you well (or don't) know, as a student International business I'm supposed to spend a year abroad. After spending about 4 months studying international business in Vancouver, Canada, it's time to earn some experience in the working field now. Therefore I'll be working at ...
... in I could almost spread my arms out and touch each wall. The kitchen itself was 1\3 of the space with 2 chefs and then they squeezed about 32 people in to dine. And they were packed from open until close! One slight problem, after I sat down and ordered a glass of wine I saw on the menu that it is a cash only restaurant, which is a bit strange since it would be easy to spend $100 on two people but I guess most ...