NH Brussels Airport
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Brussels Airport Diegem
Good and clean airport
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... has been unchanged since 1695. You have to wander through some odd tunneling corridors to find it, but once you're there, it is a bit of time travel experience. I fully expected medieval soldiers to belly up to the bar, and order some ales for quaffing.
So that concludes our whirlwind visit in Brussels; tomorrow the four of us are training it to Brugges, one hour west, for a few days of more beer.
Today we woke up at 10 AM, got dressed, and met downstairs at 10:30 for the free Sandeman's walking tour of Brussels. We followed a guide on a relatively long walk to the big Grand Market square, where the giant group from the hostel was broken down into (slightly) smaller groups by language. We were paired with an Irish guide named Mick who was short, incredibly knowledgable, enthusiastic, and funny. I knew it was going to be a fabulous tour, and it was! Until 2:30 PM, ...
... the best thing to come out of Belgium. OK, can't help myself; Blond Leffe and Hoegaarden are two fine beers to which I have become accustomed.I know it must sound like each evening I consume enough ale to quench the thirst of a raiding Viking Ship, but three or four are needed to try and discern between the flavours. Or maybe 5 or 6 when in Asia as due to the humidity, the first two disappear pretty quickly and therefore do not count.
After Antwerp I headed ...
... as safe as in London and apparently Brussels is notorious for thieves and pick pockets. There are lots of homeless people and beggars who line the streets and at the other extreme there are fancy hotels, exclusive shops and casinos. We wandered through a marketplace where Wayne was attracted to several stalls including the fruit stall where all the fruit looked extremely fresh and colourful. He was tempted to buy some until he realised it was ...
... formally split into three language
regions—Dutch-speaking Flanders, French-speaking Wallonia and bilingual Brussels. During the 20th century the city has hosted various ...