Golden Tulip Brussels Airport
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Nice hotel, friendly staff and clean rooms. Only down side is that it wasn't within walking distance of many food options but there was a bus stop near by.
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... and I had perfect weather for it. I found a parking spot and walked for near an hour along the walking and path until the throng of tourists thinned out a bit and all that was left was an uninterrupted view of the windmills and some fishermen. I took some photos, then turned around and walked all the way back. One of the things I noticed is that even though the walking and bike paths are separated - and clearly marked - tourists walk along the ...
... we accidentally got on a train to Genk. Not Gent (Flemish spelling of Ghent). Genk is about an hour drive from Brussels, to the east. Ghent is a 45 min drive from Brussels, to the west. We got to a town near Genk, our train not having an LED 'next stop' sign, and there being screaming kids on the train for a good half the ride. I pulled out a map of Belgium my grandpa gave me, and was flipping it around in every which direction. Finally, we pulled to ...
... in Colorado Springs this summer with Junior Achievement USA, and turns out that the headquarters of Junior Achievement Europe are in Brussels! I had been directed to their offices and I had the opportunity to meet Davide, assistant to special events for JA Europe. We had lunch at a delicious pita restaurant near the Palace of Justice and shared stories of traveling and different programs offered in Europe and in the USA. I had no idea that JA had programs ...
... Schafer. As his own website states, he was born into a Sinti (gypsy) family, and you can tell that this is somebody born with a need to express himself through music. I was absolutely blown away by his performance, and enjoyed hearing him sing in Romany. It’s strange to think that some of my own ancestors might have known at least a few words, if my great grandmother is anything to go on. It’s unlike any language that I’ve ever heard ...
... Waterloo battlefield. The visitor center has two great films about the battle. I actually bought the first one which is in French, but has English subtitles. My students are going to love it! The other film, was actually a Russian film of the battle that had the climactic parts cut pasted together. I'll be searching for the edited version on youtube.
Then, we made the climb up the Lion's Mound, or Butte du Lion, which gives one a 360 view of ...