La Potiniere Hotel Brussels
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... the sites. I would undoubtedly go back to Bruges though; it's a beautiful old city that deserves a visit!
Saturday I am leaving for the first half of our Spring Break here at UCD. I am travelling with three other exchangers to Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and Bratislava. If you have an advice or sites to see in any of those places send it my way! (: We'll be racing back for St. Patty's day (what what)!
Take care and love always,
... a bit because we were trying to teach Julia and Madi Aussie slang. The funniest thing was that they had no clue what a paddock was!
Thursday Night we went to a restaurant and then had some delicious Belgian chocolate. We went back to the hostel to have a 'quick' nap before heading out afterwards, but didn't turn out that way as we ended up going to bed.
Friday morning we went on a free walking tour around the city. We saw the Mannekin ...
... and cheap, I chose this because I am designing a school trip and I have a small budget.
Résidence Brussels South offers accommodation in
Waterloo is on the edge of the Zoniënwoud, a 10-minute drive from famous Brussels
Avenue Louise. It features a restaurant and rooms with a limited use of free
Guests are welcomed with ...
... the CEO of Wen-Jing Holiday Tour travel agency, Jeffrey Chen to join us personally along the trip. We enjoyed a lot of extra benefits because of him, especially in terms of accommodations. The spacious hotels rooms we had along the way completely overturned the concept of small and crowded European hotel rooms that many friends passed onto us. Jeffrey was amiable, low-key and paying attention to the very details. He’s a very charismatic CEO. We hope that in the future we can travel more with ...
... our eye. We were lucky to be in Brussels during the three days the city exhibits the Flower Carpet. The entire plaza was covered in what looked like a beautiful Indian rug, made entirely of flowers. It was breathtaking. Oh, and we saw an Asian using a selfie stick for the first time (we couldn't get our camera out quickly enough to capture that moment, but we hope to see more asian tourists carrying such contraptions).
After making a stop to touch ...