Novotel Brussels Airport
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... assessment. Apparently after World War II, Brussels decided to hell with the lovely art noveau architecture and stunning historical structures- we want concrete! And lots of it! So here they are. The main Old Town square, called Grand Place, is jaw-droppingly beautiful. The Town Hall and museums drip with spires and gold leaf and gargoyles and statues. But you take 10 steps outside Grand Place, and Soviet-era concrete ...
... Mick around the city. At each point where we stopped, this small chap would scale whatever object was closest to him so that he could be seen and heard by everyone in the crowd, and he would project his voice loudly and clearly to tell us history, folk stories, tales of government, and more. We stopped for a break once in the middle, where the three of us are our first meal of the day at a cafe; the boys got meatballs and fries and I got a sandwich with ham, cheese, ...
... and although I had been there previously, and was not overly excited about the place, I decided to give it one more chance.In addition it was more or less on the route upon which I am traveling.
When through Europe about four years ago, with Steph, James and Tim, we traveled from Amsterdam, through northern Germany in a somewhat of a clockwise direction. We went through Hanover, Hamburg and on to Berlin and continued on in that direction to ...
... one would have thought the strong fragrance coming from it would have given it away - another 'should have gone to spec savers' moment for Waynie Bell!
Having walked my waffle off, our next mission was to decide which one of the many restaurants we would dine in. It reminded me a little of Lygon Street as there are sprukers everywhere trying to convince us to eat at their restaurant. Wayne chose one of the many Italian restaurants as he ...
... conferences, including the fifth Solvay Conference in 1927 and two world fairs: the Brussels International Exposition of 1935 and the Expo '58. During World War I, Brussels was an ...