Novotel Brussels Grand Place
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... and decorations. We grabbed some frites and mayo in a paper cone (a Brussels delicacy) and hopped on bus #2 for another tour of the east and south sides of the city. This tour gave us a real sense of the vivacious streets of Brussels, the beautiful parks and all of the impressive buildings associated with the European Union. Since Brussels is the capital of Europe this part of the city is posh and modern. After ...
I’ve spent yet another weekend away traveling to Brussels with a nursing friend called Lise. But before I met Lise for the trip I met up with a good friend from home, Penny. She had just flown in from Sydney and we met for a long brunch and lots of catching up in a cafe at Kings Cross/St Pancras Station in London. Great fun! And then, it was goodbye to Penny and hello to Lise and on to Brussels.
The Eurostar leaves from St Pancras and only takes ...
... not necessarily old. One was the library and i have to say, Im not sure on the others, but they looked impressive and imposing. We could see the spire in the distance of the main square and the coloured lights in the forground of the gardens. There was a guy playing the flute so beautifully and it was so atmospheric! I felt truely continental :)We found a place to rest (;) ) at what we thought was the main square. there were loads of restraunts and bars all looking out onto ...
... a little louder, and lo and behold, a light was flicked on, and we could see a bellboy fully dressed in his uniform come down the hall to open the doors for us. We were so happy and grateful that he heard us. As we reached front reception. We look over to our right, and there were rows of mats laid out on the floor of the lobby with all the hotel staff sleeping with blankets on them. As soon as we reached the front desk, a manager popped up off his mat, ...
... about 2 hours later! We finally make it to Brussels, and again, follow the masses to the train station (they seemed to drop us off in a dodgy part of town, but I’m sure the instructions in German were very specific in which way to find the station!). Finally find the right desk in the station to help us and they stamp our tickets with ‘Hop on the next train!’. Made our way through Belgium Customs, and UK Customs (got some stamps in our passports ...