Hotel Astoria Brussels by Tiara
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... thanpeople drinking beer. Every drink has cost at least 5 Euros and more. cycling improves the buttocks...as proven by the young ladies here with petite derrieres...there was no sign of an Aldi or Lidl supermarket and Poundland was unheard of.
We've stopped off in Antwerp for a few minutes but had my head on the internet which has cost me the equivalent of 10 pound for 3 hours. I'm ...
... pilgrims form the first pilgrimage were sustained Ono the muscles that Belgium is now famous for. The shells show the way of the pilgrims and they all lead to a St Jacobs church. Nifty. Guddy is planning to do part of that pilgrimage, picking it up in Spain. Not that he plans anything really.... We went back to the marketplace and discover some markets. Nice. It was all fresh produce and the square was full of Brugges-ite locals all filling their bags and ultimately the ...
... ins, wonder around the parks and enjoy the Grand Place. Brett has beem sampling the many Belgian beers with fritz and we have also had the chance the catch up on our washing, get haircuts, do some shopping and spend a day with a friend from The Netherlands who I served with in Afghanistan. Its been relaxing after intense visits in Singapore, London and Paris.
Tomorrow we will head for Villach in Austria, staying overnight in ...
... to turn a corner, because I was sure we needed to stay near the metro stop, and at the end of the block, I finally found a street sign that appeared on my map. I took a moment to explain to Bryn that if she didn't keep up we'd be going home to do homework all afternoon, took her hand, and the three of us started off. At the end of this block, our dot was on track, and we quickly made it to our bus stop. It was approximately ...
... a city we didn't know. We eventually made it to our hostel which was in an amazing location, it was right around the corner from Grand Place which was an amazing sight and probably my favorite thing about Brussels.
After dropping our things off at our hostel we decided to get a drink and chose a pub in Grand Place which was medieval themed, they even had a stuffed horse. The pub ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed