Ibis Brussels Airport
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The archipelago's beaches, climate and important natural ...
... music coming from somewhere, so I followed the sound and came across yet another LGBT pride fair. These things seem to be following me around Europe! I discovered a fritkoten (a van selling deep fried food), and they were selling 7 Dutch Doughnuts for 6 Euro. Once I'd finished those, I didn't really want anything else for dinner, I was quite full, so today I had toast for breakfast from the hostel, chocolate for lunch and doughnuts for dinner. I think ...
... to the fallen from the last wars and nearby is the Palace of Justice. This area is quite high up and there is a panoramic view of the city, there is a lift going down to the areas below which was quite busy. We strolled back and there are shops all along the avenue most of them famous names and brands, off from this avenue there are several side streets each containing pavement cafés catering to every taste from Belgium to Japan etc. As we are ...
... found one close to the airport, it was a pre-pay pump, first we've seen since we've been in Europe, and of course it was all in French. After fiddling with it and getting denied numerous times, tension was high and we decided we would just return the car as is and pay the fuel difference. And that's when we realized that rental car companies charge double on gas rates, another valuable lesson. With that, we checked into the airport, grabbed ...
... has passed in the blink of an eye, and it seems like just yesterday that I was standing in the general hall of my place of my employment , jet-laggedly meeting the rest of my cohort, and totally overwhelmed at my surroundings. It’s strange for me, even three months along, to look back at the person I was when I arrived here, and to think of how I imagined my surroundings. In the past three months, I’ve learned where the ...