Ibis Brussels Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A week of travelling to and from the low countries this week, starting with a two day trip to Bruxelles.
Leaving home at the usual time for my trip to work, I had to remember to change at Ashford for the Eurostar and the compulsory 30 minute check in. I still don't understand the need for this, especially as you and your ticket are not linked, so they know nothing about you, there's no luggage that can be checked in ...
... ferry tonight but want to see some of Hadrian's Wall and The Angel of the North. So many things to see, so little time... We find a tiny part of Hadrian's Wall. I think walking the whole path might be something great to do in future... From East to West of the country. The Angel of The North is a contemporary sculpture located on a hill near Newcastle. It's a steel sculpture of an angel, 20 metres tall, with wings measuring 54 metres across. The locals ...
... used up some free internet, and eventually had to pay. One girl flew alone, her flight was delayed. She was the only person we saw. It got to be 10:30 am. We finally went online, after paying more, and saw people posting on Facebook of our friends with Belgian waffles. We were angry, and tried calling/messaging everyone. Finally, our leader messaged us, saying they were leaving Brussels at 12:45. It was already 11:30, and we were still in the airport, ...
... The statue is literally just on a corner of two streets. Apparently the Manneken is the symbol of the "rebellious" city of Brussels. First the statue was supposedly to be a drinking fountain, but legend goes that In 1142, the troops of this two-year-old lord were battling against the troops of the Berthouts, the lords of Grimbergen, in Ransbeke (now neder-over-Heembeek). The troops put the infant lord in a basket and hung the basket in a tree to ...
... understand the meaning of the word saudade, even though you don’t speak Portuguese. However, it’s not all doom and gloom - throughout the more upbeat parts of the performance, the man behind me kept murmuring “Oh yeah, ah oui!” and humming along. If I didn’t know better, I’d have thought that something else was happening back there, but as it was, he was essentially the two-legged equivalent of Love on a Branch ...