Ibis Brussels Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wagons with motors, to the sleek curves of the 20s, to the rounded and large gangster mobiles of the 30s. It also addressed the break in manufacturing caused by the World Wars and showed the models of militartpy vehicles that were instead focused on during that period. From there the typical Cadillacs, chevrolettes, and corvettes to be expected showed up with their American muscle (looking fairly bad ass as they did it)to round out the 1950s and 60s. Finally Eco ...
... most definitely did not invent them!) smothered with disgusting mayonnaise on the steps of the Bourse (old stock exchange building) – a meeting place, homeless peoples bed, or a place just to sit having a beer or cone of chips watching the world go by. We ended the night with a plate of Jamaican chicken, salad and plantains at the market in St Catherine’s square just around the corner from our apartment, and watched the sunset on our first night in Brussels.
... the centre of Brussels is pretty small and it’s certainly not Paris, I think the poor city has to endure a bit of an exaggerated reputation, and I’ve come to peace with it. In fact, I tend to stick up for it now in conversations. As I was saying to a friend yesterday: maybe it’s a blessing that my office wasn’t in Paris or London. Being in a city the size of Brussels has allowed me to explore more. The great irony of course, is that I’ve ...
Day 15 Despite the fact that I had so much more to see in Paris, I decided to move on. I left early in the morning and took a train to Brussels. I spent the day walking around Belgium, and eating waffles and French fries of course! In the evening I made my way to Amsterdam. I met a really cool couple on the train that invited me to hang out with them for the rest of the evening. We got to ...
... was along walk and I was very impressed with the fairy that joined us. They were long cobble stone roads, and bridges made of slats of wood with many places for the fairy to, either loose her shoe r her footing. But she kept on for half the way, until she started to become to slow for the group. Then off with the heels it was and bare foot bandit the rest of the way! We walked past many old buildings and many horse pulled carriages taking tourist around ...