Hotel Saint Nicolas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... by the British Guards Armoured Division. The Brussels Airport dates to the occupation.
After the war, Brussels was modernized for better and for worse. The construction of ...
... we had to ask for help and people accidentally led us away from it and it turned out to be about a half hour before we found the hotel. But luckily, the woman at the desk spoke English, so we checked in the hotel easily. I'll see you guys next time there's ...
... today steps on a land mine and 1/3 of them are children.
We met with Bruno Lete, the German Marshall Fund, Senior Program Officer Foreign and Security Policy: "EU Foreign Policy: US/EU Relations". The Marshall fund was established by the US to help rebuild Germany after WWII. The leftover money has been rolled in to a fund. See pics below for early photos from Marshall fund works. After the 2008 Global Financial ...
... even stranger.
I was able to hang out with a friend from high school while here because she was studying abroad. She gave us some great tips on the city. We took some advice and went up a parking garage to see the city. We were able to see the Eiffel Tower of Belgium called the Atomium which is a huge metal cube which balls at each corner. It represents an iron atom built for the world's fair of 1958. I was not thoroughly impressed by Belgium except for waffles and chocolate!
... first time - they don't taste like chicken! They had a strange texture to them, they didn't taste bad but I probably wouldn't eat them again.
After dinner we went to Grand Place and watched the music and lights show which was really good! The whole square was filled with people and the lights lit up the buildings in different colours in time to the music.
Day 2 - Got the train to Bruges.
Stopped off in the town of Ghent on the way and ...