Travel Blogs from Anderlecht
... several dutch tourists asked me questions along the way. Hmmmmm perhaps I could start a new career as a train conductor!
I am sitting in my hotel room typing this up and I would love a nice cuppa tea! Missing the family but will be moving on tomorrow to catch up with Sue. The train arrived on schedule at 12.42 on the dot as they do in this part of the world. A taxi was the easy option to get to the hotel but being me, I decided I needed the ...
... my way into the Tourist Info Centre.
What a debacle! 25 tourists crammed into a little room with no maps on the wall and no brochures apart from Events or Ticket sales for shows. No free leaflets or booklets that you find in every tourist office worldwide - two young girls behind the counter trying to answer the same questions whilst pointing to a map that is glued to the desk. You can BUY a map - or you can BUY a ...
... on, so maybe I'm not one to talk.
Taking the wedding clothes as carry on was surprisingly easy. The first flight stewardess didn't even blink, and put them somewhere safe with a smile. One worry down.
Also, thank you to the nice lady who had to pat me down at security, and asked me if I was of age. I suggest glasses.
Off to London we go!
... trophies and then escorted around the track in old restored cars (pretty cool).
The stage was set all week to be a huge event. From the African drumming during the distance events to the spectacular attention to detail during the field events. The sprints were also a site, where the women's 100H came down to the last race on who would win the Diamond ...
... carriage. You could tell it by the larger more comfortable seats and power sockets above each pair of seats. All aboard, we settled in for our 3 hour journey to Amsterdam, passing through Antwerp, Den Haag, Leiden, Rotterdam, and Schiphol before arriving in the most liberal city on the planet, amazing Amsterdam. First priority on arrival in Amsterdam was to check our luggage into secure storage, so we didn't end up crippled by hauling it around ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking