Ibis Budget Brussels Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of the group at the Cathedral & explored the rest of the city by ourselves.
We wanted to go to the Gold District as we were told Antwerp was famous for Gold & Diamonds. This district was so far away from the ship, but we wanted to get a gold charm for my bracelet. We couldn't find the Gold District but found the Diamond district, some of the jewellery here was absolutely ...
Our place is beautiful but noisy. Our host lives upstairs with her family and her kid woke us up a couple times by running around upstairs and calling for his mom. We showered and got ready then headed for Parc de Cinquantenaire, fairly close to our B & B. The Parc is known for the triple arches built to commemorate Belgiums 50th anniversary of independence. We admired the arches and water fountain in the Parc. On the other side ...
... and showed how much the building grew, in size and in shape. We left the cathedral to go get our car to drive us around the rest of Europe, the line for the car took forever, and we didn’t get the car that Jason had asked for. We get an Infinity G50. We were so glad to find out that it had a GPS in it because Jason bought maps, but me as the copilot wasn’t so great with maps D: we named our GPS Margaret, because we thought that she was worthy enough to have a ...
... there, looking at all the nice buildings and rivers. Nice town - didn't find out about the gin bar until after we got home!! Got some lunch in Pizza Hut.
Continued on the train to Bruges. We went to a Frozen themed ice sculpture event which was just outside train station. It was full of sculptures of Disney characters and even a castle with an ice slide - it was mostly just kids on the ice slide but Dave decided to have a go aswell! Everything was really ...
... sailed overhead, I found myself saying to an American couple, "hey, it's Belgium. Sometimes you just have to roll with it." When I said that I enjoyed living in Brussels, I actually meant it. In the space of a few days, I opened up to the beauty that surrounds me. Yes, there's dog poop all over the streets. Sure, things don't run on time, ever. There's a language tension that I don't understand, the cuisine of the streets near me is more doner ...