Hotel du Congres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... from to destine to Centraal, got off and went straight to the city tours’ office. The travel office across the city offers a variety of city tours, entrance to key tourist attractions at cheaper prices with discounts on 2 or more attractions. We walked down to Dam square and saw the Grand Palace and a troupe performing on the streets. Basic gymnastics, hand & leg work, group performance but enthused with drama. The main act was that one of these performers was to ...
... Jewish Museum which we passed on the way. The museum was also closed and we presume this must be related to the incident there in May last year when 3 people were killed. The facade of the palace of justice was under renovation and any company in NZ would have given their right arm to get the contract to put up the scaffolding. Not sure all the scaffolding in NZ ...
After not working for a while, we finally moved to Brussels for work.
Brussels is a great city, easy to 'do' the main sights in a weekend (as many people do) but there is lots more to it. The major sights (such as the Grand Place, Peeing Boy/ Girl/ Dog and Atomium) are always worth a visit, but by walking a little bit away from these features you can find some great parks, an ...
So far vacation has not been relaxing. But the two crazy people decide to take an overnight road trip from Brussels to the northeast corner of France. Little do we know it won't be that simple. But of course it never is. Our first clue is that the GPS can't find our hotel in France. But since it's in the middle of a forest, I figure what the heck, when we get closer we can hone in on something nearby AND there will be signs. So I optimistically set the GPS for the nearest ...
... up when we reached Grand Place. And the prices went up accordingly - lots of tourists too. Not that we'd passed a place to eat that had looked at all enticing. Nothing around this area beckoned as a place to eat.
" ... Brussels' magnificent central square, Grand Place. It boasts the country's best baroque guildhalls, the beautiful Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall), museums, pavement cafés, chocolate shops and intimate cellar restaurants - a combination that ...