Ibis Budget Brussels Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and sinking into the city. Everyone's path we crossed was so accommodating and nice! We bough Belgium chocolates, saw cartoon art all over the place, and leisurely ate dinner over the course of two hours at NAME THAT RESTRAUNT where we had the most gracious host. From there we made it back to our hostel stopping every 2 minutes to soak in another view and shopping outlet :p. End day 6. P.S. No pics to post due to technical difficulties with my phone. ...
... REALLY nice flat right next to the Grand Place. The location couldn’t have been better. She also put out a pretty good spread, so it turned out to be the perfect place to watch the match. I was supporting Colombia (quietly) so I was happy that they beat Greece 3-0.
Pete and I left Markela’s place and met his friend Dom from Australia. We went to a bar called Delirium for one drink and then we went to a restaurant called Amadeus for ...
... take out restaurant is to the left. People were all around the counters, which was right were the fishermen were cooking the seafood! So delicious. Harlea went to ask for help and that's when we met our friend, Willy. "Papa Willy" was the papa of the fisherman and suggested that harlea and I have a glass of white wine to "open up our stomach and our senses." So we did, and then had an appetizer that he suggested - we don't know what it was called, but it ...
... his birthday, Brussels holds a Djangofollies festival, whereby different venues host different jazz bands over a space of about a week and a half. If there's one thing that I’m a fan of, it’s hot jazz/gypsy jazz, so I’ve basically been excited about this since I found out about it back in the summer.
I chose to go to two performances, chosen largely at random judging on how they fit into my calendar. The first was on opening ...
... of young girls speaking English at a nearby table, so I decided it was alright to go in as long as I sat with them. Everyone was speaking French, so I wasn't exactly sure what to do. Once I was given food, a plate piled high with vegetables, beans and rice, I headed to the table with the English-speaking girls. I soon learned they were about my age traveling around on a 5-month trip as part of their gap year and had come across this place the ...