Le Dome Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Good flight from San Francisco,after the world longest taxiing. I thought the pilot was going to drive all the way to Paris on the ground. I guess I forgot how big some things are out of NZ. An Average sleep again but I'll catch up no doubt. Immigration and customs very quick and easy in Paris, especially compared to USA. Was hoping to get early train to Brussels but plane was 15 minutes late so missed that chance. On board a TGV now. Amazing things,. I ...
... last long and soon cleared to be a nice day. We made the effort of getting up early so we could get good parking close to the city which we found with ease. The only problem was that the carpark was being used for some big construction and cars in the way were being removed. We parked in a corner out of the way and when we saw police arrive to help nobody came to us and said anything so after waiting a short time we set off for a look. Well I have to give the brochure we had full ...
... time to figure out where the platform was for a trip the next day (from Brussels to Frankfurt - a train we’d rather not miss).
Poor Brussels continued to get a bad wrap with the weather - it was rainy, windy and quite miserable for the most part. Although that didn’t stop us from heading out the door, flimsy umbrella in hand and mud-map for guidance. We jumped on a tram (and couldn’t figure ...
... My friend had a full row of seat and she slept over the free seats.
During the flight, I watched sunset "sinking" below clouds, created red glowing through the clouds. It was so beautiful & magic - I managed to take photos, not sure if you can see it well.
Arrived Oslo at nearly 11pm and it was half dark. Went to bed around 1.30am. Very tired - we had a very big day and night.
Tomorrow a day out in Oslo.
... to how scholars believe it looked when he lived there based on his own paintings in which he showed his home. The house was phenomenal, a sprawling mansion with room after room of precious art--some of it Rubens' own paintings, much of it the work of his many Belgian artist friends. Dennis has always loved Rubens, so this was a special treat for him. We wandered through Antwerp's many squares, then ordered a couple of beers and snacks from ...