Hotel Le Monte Cristo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... travel between countries I’d highly recommend checking out the regional. Read the details and all rules. I found that our carry one were just a little too big by using a sewing tape with both cm and in.
By reading all the rules we flew, Sunny and I, for about $120.00 total. Tickets were $20.00 each, $25.00 for each bag, $10 to upgrade each seat. One must check in up to 30 days in advance so I did that before leaving. If one does not check in and ...
... and get a little history lesson in the process.
Matthew is in search of a delicious Belgium beer he had a few years ago so we were off to the bars. We happened to stumble upon Brussels Red Light District, which consists of near naked women in windows sitting in a chair texting and possibly playing Candy Crush. Once we made it to the bar, I ordered a yummy Cherry Beer and Matthew is still searching for his yummy Belgium ...
... off with the 11am walking tour. It was a fun tour, taking us through the history and interesting stories that Belgium has to offer. Highlights include seeing the Manneken Pis, which is a national symbol. The little statue of a boy peeing has its origins in representing the location that the poor could come and sell their urine to the tanning industry. However as time changes the statue became very popular and people loved it. The one in place now however is not ...
... Wonderful, for a budget hotel, such a great location! We set out pretty quickly to see the sights. A few steps away was the Grand Place, one of the most stunning market squares in Europe I would say. We stood looking up, almost with jaws dropping at the amazing buildings all around. Very impressive! I had visited Brussels once when I was 17 with Mum and Dad in the winter, I only remember seeing it at night when we arrived on our bus tour. All of the ...
This morning I had a meeting with the European Age Platform, an umbrella organization that helps inform the European Commission about the issues that elderly are facing in Europe. The platform has many member organizations all over the continent, which was very helpful in terms of recommending future contacts for me to meet. The organization has also done many reports on local projects that promote active aging. She recommended that I look into the ...