Novotel Brussels Airport
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... always be late for meetings. Just a half hour earlier - meaning the train would need to leave St Pancras at 6.15 would really help.
The train itself was on time and pleasantly less than ¾ full. Once we get going it's only an hour and a half to Bruxelles and it was a nice day for a ride. Arrived on time too then a dash for the taxi rank to avoid a long queue. I had to get to the other side of Bruxelles, but ...
Since the ride from my hostel this morning to my new hostel in Antwerp was only an hour away, I had plenty of time for sightseeing. First I rode in the opposite direction, east, until I got to Kinderdijk. Kinderdijk is a village in the Netherlands that is famous for its UNESCO World Heritage listed windmills that were originally used to pump water from the fields into the river to make the area suitable for growth. Today, it is one of the most famous ...
... going on in Brussels too, and we passed kids playing soccer and other games. Different streets were blocked off, and there were inflatables and different fair booths.
We got back to the station, and had to maneuver through some weird hallways. On the way, I saw some guys playing accordion, and lost it. I had to have Jennie take a picture of me with them. We gave them money, and found our train.
Due to the bilingual-ness of Belgium (Flemish ...
... little Italian restaurant. I had lasagna and Harlea had a sausage sandwich. Our waiter had a little crush on Harlea so it was a fun experience every time he would come to our table and wink at her.
On Sunday we slept in a little later than we had planned. We had walked so much on Saturday and we had been sick since Friday, that our bodies just crashed. As we were getting ready, I received an email from a fellow colleague of Junior Achievement (JA). ...
... area, where a lot of the little bars and whatnot are. The main boulevard of Brussels gives way to winding cobbled streets, and it feels to me more like a district in artsy Paris than in the stodgy, everything-closes-at-8-pm Capital of Europe. I had booked this ticket without much to go on, but my God, I lucked out. The group was the Hot Club d’Europe, comprised of two Dutch guys and a Finn. I have never seen somebody strum a guitar so fast in my life ...