Hotel Astoria Brussels by Tiara
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... as to why Dubai airport was considered a heaven for them. Duty free Shops lined the entire terminals; wherever people walked you could see something to shop for. 3 terminals only for emirates, the airport was that huge. We moved from A to terminal C, not by foot but a metro train which had its own metro station. Massive is what I would call the airport with a huge duty free area filled with chocolates- at least that's what I was interested in. It really is a marvel to watch ...
Arrived in Brussels 8am. Got through security (took a little while), then got luggage & went out without declaring. Zoe noticed poppies on the ceiling. We tried my phone - still not working; Zoe's seem to sort of work. Eventually we worked out where to find train station & get tickets to North Brussels station. We went down the escalators to the right platform to catch train. Sometimes ...
... to it. We managed to stumble onto a few sights eg jeanneke pis, which was outside Delirium Cafe a beer cafe that's highly regarded. It was too early for Flori Bar, an absinthe bar, to be open. We'll be back. My research recommended eating at Le Cirio, even if only for the decor. We did go there but left because I wanted to start the food ticks with moules frites. While trying to find a restaurant ...
I had an interesting night last night. When travelling by yourself, one of the biggest challenges is being socialable [sociable]. With pre-arranged pub crawls and walking tours this is somewhat manageable, but as soon as you want to get off the tourist path it becomes somewhat more difficult.
Last night, I went out to a nightclub by myself and had an amazing time.
Years ago in New Zealand the concept of going out by myself was ...
... to see but not really worth the 11 Euro it cost to go up to the top (in my opinion). Nonetheless...big balls!
Later on in the evening I went back to the Grand Place to take in the Brussels Jazz Marathon. Great listening to the live music with thousands of other people! I have been pretty fortunate to have been in the city for some cool events.
Lots of walking today….time for a ...