Hotel Les Bluets
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... events and activities for international students around the world. The trip lasted for two days and only costed students €70. It included the bus rides, some meals, the hostel, and visits to a chocolate factory and beer brewery. I met some old friends and many new ones from Italy, Spain, Thailand, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, France and Belgium. This is one of the greatest blessings I enjoy from traveling-meeting unique and diverse people ...
... square and doing a lot of window shopping I decided to dig into a delicious warm chocolate coated belgium waffle- DELISH! We then made the obligatory stop at the Mannekin Pis- this is a very a small statue of a urinating cherub known as the mascot of Brussels. The peeing boy was so small- I expected the statue would be much bigger so I was a little disappointed but happy at the same time happy to tick ...
... the station, crossing the road, crossing back again and entering the station and finding the tourist information centre. From here we head to catch a tram into the city centre. Not being familiar with the workings of the ticket system and also being a little slow I was jammed into the ticket doors and I think by tomorrow I will be sporting a nasty bruise on my left arm. It hit me with a hard wallop and even now it's sore to touch. We made it to the city centre without ...
The bags are packed and I'm ready to go, I think. Armed with passports and paperwork coming out of my ears (because I'm a global nomad with no real home but many embassies), I will hopefully be boarding my United flight at 10am tomorrow and after 19 hours with a brief 5 hour visit of Newark airport, I will be landing in San Jose of the Costa Rican variety.
... the crowd gathered around the little statue, talking, taking photos and generally admiring the little fella ****. Obviously he is the biggest thing in Brussels and judging by the tour guides with their umbrella covers, and old gloves on sticks marching like roman legionnaires in front of their legions of Asian and Russian tourists he is a must see. Brussels seems to have a fetish for peeing statues...along with the original there is now a female ( ...