How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their bass trombonist, a Brit who works for the UN nearby. Thierry and Julian explained how Mons has adopted the story of St George and the Dragon and has an annual event where they re-enact the slaying in the Grand Square. We missed it by two weeks, and the cobblestones of the square were still dusted with orange sand (although I didn't ask what the sand was used for). The Town Hall forms part of the perimeter of the square, and (rarely, ...
... things to do. We found an area in the city that was supposed to have high end shopping stores, something I would image in like a Rodeo Drive. We set the address and took off. Everything was going well until we got into the city.
The GPS started giving terrible directions and the roads on the GPS were incredibly confusing since it also included train tracks and side walks. After about 30 minutes of wrong turns and no easy way to turn around, ...
... What about the Russians connecting to Moscow? The veritable herd of Romanians who had to get to Bucharest? What is this other stupid plane doing that we can't land?
Switzerland is so small that a diversion to Basel meant in reality that we flew in the darkness for 15 more minutes and then landed, in an airport that, the Swiss businessman informed me, had no rail connection. I was busy trying to figure out what my next move would be. We ...
Berkley: It was a tad chilly in Paris! However seeing the Eiffel Tower at night as gorgeous and stunning. The lock bridge was cool too and I put a lock on for mom and dad and threw the keys into the water! Love you mom and dad!
Breanne: Being able to see the Eiffel Tower was great. However, seeing Vimy Ridge was really interesting too as it really meant something to our country.
Brett: The view of Paris from the ...
... s true, but I don’t believe it’s like Brugge. Its beautiful yes, its filled with old buildings and churches yes, it has canals yes, but it lakes the gorgeous medieval romance that somehow Brugge has. Anyway, I wanderd Gent and within 5mins had already seen the main saights – 4 big towers situated right in the centre. One is unfinished, so its got the big building and ...