Ibis Brussels Waterloo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as they should have. These revolutionary ideas were now sweeping into other countries. When Louis XVI was executed they decided to engage the new French republic and try to reinstall another monarch. In defense of France arose a brilliant military man from Corisca named Napoleon. During this time of conflict France defeated many nations in the Coalition Wars. Countries like Austria, Prussia, the Netherlands, Russia ...
... really good airport food - real cappucinos, sandwiches on fresh bread. The only issue was what language to greet the airport and vendor staff in. Switzerland speaks both German and French. The first person I talked to spoke to me in French so I did the bonjour, merci, si vous plait, au revoir thing with her. (This being nearly the extent of my French.) The next person spoke first in German and that is harder for me. But we muddled ...
... our uneventful journey to Brussels. Though on the outskirts of town (a trend of this tour) we over nighted in a modern hotel with single beds ... we hope that is not a trend!
That night we didn't take the tour (a Kitchin trend!), but walked ourselves at dusk all over the town, up a glass lift, around the old town alleys and shops particularly chocolate ones and ...
... train to Antwerp as the snow was heavy and too dangerous to drive in. As we entered Antwerp train station, we once again admired the beauty of Belgian buildings. Walking through this sleepy city on a Sunday morning in the snow was beautiful. The buildings, the snow, Belgian waffles and of course more Belgian beer, made this day, another great day in Belgium.
On our last day in Belgium, after saying goodbye to Kris, we explored the nice buildings of ...
... night and arriving in Berlin at 9 am the following day - cost, only 50 Euros per person. I was confused that Shelley seemed less than enthused by this option but explained that really it was the only option, primarily because she had been selfish and not asked Tamara for sponsorship for our trip. She was still not convinced until I espoused the benefits to both our characters of tacking such adversity and also having a unique, unplanned opportunity to explore ...