Ibis Brussels Expo-Atomium
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Rooms were a little small, but beds were comfortable and the room was clean. Also there was a great variety at the breakfast buffet!
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Today in Sunday, March 30th, 2014 and it's day four of our school trip to Europe. Today we are headed to Brussels, Belgium. Anyways, today we got up at 7:00 a.m. We are leaving at 9:00 a.m so we didn't have to be up so early. Once we got dressed we headed down for breakfast. It was so much quieter this morning! We were the first girls down their …
We stayed at Camping Grimbergen, a very nice and probably the cleanest camping ground I've ever been to. The sanitary places are amazing ;) The prices are really good.
It is a bit away from Brussels but the camping possibilities in Brussels itself are very limited so it was a good alternative. Getting there was a bit messy but we enjoyed our stay.
Grimbergen itself is not very spectacular, it was only a drive through.
First time going out alone, to Brussels. People are unexpectedly helpful, and luckily the few people whom I asked for direction, spoke English :)
I went to Rene Margritte Museum, it was awesome. There was a film about Margritte, and I found that inspiring and rewarding. It depicts his whole timeline, from childhood to his death. His mother died in his early age, drowned. It ...
... t immediately fall in love with it. In fact, quite the opposite - I wouldn't say that I immediately hated it, or wanted out, but Brussels and I didn't quite see eye-to-eye. Sure, I really liked my job, I liked my landlady, and I liked my room.....but the city? It's just won the dubious honour of the most boring city in Europe.
Sure, I've lived in Ukraine, Russia, Italy. I'm used to weird things, crazy things, scary people and ...
... after factoring in the extra. However, we finally made it, hot sweaty and puffing, with 10 minutes to spare. Seriously regretting the wine and olive oil purchases after dragging the bags on and off trains while running and checking we still had 3 kids.....
Brussels is only 1.5 hours away by TGV - which is good, as it has become a bit of a bun fight for ...