Hotel de Fierlant
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... here is way more laid back and caring compared to NZ, if someone bumps you or stands on your foot- even if in a huge crowd, they say sorry or show it was a accident. During the Steve Aoki set he did a few songs with The Chainsmokers and at the end came up and threw his cakes. Amazing seeing a headliner playing at a smaller more intimate stage. Fireworks display at the end with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike was unreal. It's truly beautiful and magical... ...
... king works, on the opposite side from the parliament. (The King lives in the Palace of Laeken, on the outskirts of Brussels.) There were a lot of large chestnut trees in the park. We completed our tour at Mont des Arts.
There was a young Aussie couple on the tour also backpacking for nine months. They were going to meet some couchsurfers in Parc du Cinquantenaire for a picnic and invited me to attend. They were unsure how ...
... another case of civil unrest. You watch it on the news maybe, over dinner. Maybe you change the channel. Maybe it isn’t even broadcast back at home. But this woman is speaking to us, and even if it is carefully staged pro-Ukraine propaganda, I feel like she speaks the truth. Already the government has been monitoring people through their cell phones, and as I said, the metro is shut down (last I heard, anyways). To cut off phone or internet is nothing, ...
... East Flemish, from cradle to grave.
After further wandering, I still had some time left before I had to think about catching a train back home, so went on a boat trip. The city is on the bank of the Leie river, which I believe flows into the Scheldt en route to the Netherlands. Probably due to the river, the city became quite prosperous during the age of industrialization, which led to Het Gravensteen being converted into a textile factory. Due to ...
... old wares amongst his
modern medicines, but we did find this city a bit too "touristy”. The speed boat rides along the canals and
procession of horse-drawn buggies was overdoing it a bit for us, but others
enjoyed it, otherwise they wouldn’t still be doing it for the tourists.
the day trip to Ghent and Bruges was a highlight, and our recommendation would
be to spend some more time amongst these living treasures, rather than ...