Hotel du Congres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Our tour guide pointed out the numbering of some buildings which revealed how old they were. He also showed us boarded up windows, and explained that at one point houses were taxed on the number of windows they had, so people decided to board them up to pay less! We drove through a duck and swan reserve. We also saw the smallest gothic window in the world!
As we were walking through the streets were heard music and wandered over to a ...
... bus was on time, we would have made it to the airport with just the amount of time. The bus was half an hour late, and no taxi's were available. Madi was pretty much having kittens because we were still at Red Cow 30mins before our flight took off, and it takes 25mins on the bus to the airport. When we finally caught the bus, we sprinted as soon as the bus doors opened at the airport. We ran as fast as we could to get our visa stamp, anxiously waited in ...
That was a long time to fly! I have made it safe to Brussels after 2 stop overs in Singapore and Mumbai. I surprisingly got a lot of sleep.
I found the old buildings in the city were nice like most Europe countries, unlike the newish styles of Australia.
The weather is not too bad. It is like winter on the Gold Coast, highs of 20 degrees and lows of about 5 ...
... he had lived, studied in European countries for more than thirty years. He knew Italy and Europe very well. Chen had a gentle character and was easy-going, we were very fortunate to have him for this tour, he allowed us to learn and experience more European culture, geography, history, customs and art, and so on at a deeper level. He would fly back to Italy to guide anther tour group. And our UK Tour guide would be a new one.
We flew into Brussels at noon after spending a long Friday at the airport. David survived his first long flight and the food wasn't too bad! After purchasing train tickets and finally navigating transportation in the Belgian language (we were beginning to regret our decision to not purchase a Belgian phrase book), we arrived in the center of Brussels.
We stepped outside of Bruxxelles-Central and breathed in the rich (cigarette smokey) European air! ...