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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... onto the big P &O ferry for the 12.55pm sailing. This was pretty cool with lots of levels to sit in and eat and drink, it even had a duty free shop! Little did I know that I would later get to know every inch of the ship! I had a smooth relaxing sail and as we are coming into port, we sat for a bit and then the captain speaks telling us that the port workers have just gone on strike and won't dock the ferry out let us ...
... leads to public drunkenness when the beers are mostly 10% or higher. I also blame that for any spelling or grammar mistakes that may occur in this post (both for myself and Sue!) unfortunately once again I took all the photos on the bus tour on my camera so they won't be uploaded until later. Will try and make a point to take at least a few with my phone so the rest of you may continue to live vicariously through ...
... take place on the continent!
Ninety minutes on the tarmac and finally we have take-off. Arriving in Brussels at 8pm, it's pouring with rain, and we finally make it to the Mei***** hotel around 9pm (which by the way is very new age and a wicked layout). Kev and I haven't done a lot of research this trip, and didn't even know what language they speak... Quickly learn its Flemish, but a lot of French, Dutch and German too. Sucrebleau - the limited French I do know comes about ...
... on one of the Brussels tourism websites it had listed a parade put on by the “Friends of Manneken Pis” which is a social group kind of like the Elks that is entrusted with the care and costuming of the Manneken as well as all of the other social things that groups like that do. The official uniform of these “friends” was the same one the little man was wearing so it all made sense thanks to a little research. With ...
... station that has multiple floors completely filled with bikes. I couldn't get a picture that did it justice. I felt the bikes had a nastgic look to them and, though a few had flowers, most were very plain and alike. Often passengers would sit on the back of the bike and there were wooden baskets in the front for kids. I dislike bike riding and even had a three year old comment on my poor biking skills last summer...so I will not be moving to ...