Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel
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... gay area of Brussels. We largons our suitcases and go on an adventure, following the advice and recommendations of Fabien. We will pass by the antique and flea market. We'll see old clothes, chandellliers, medals, porcelain, turntable and even a Winnie the poo that seems to have seen better days... Our guide Edwardo, map in hand, navigates the streets of Brussels as a local. We will take the small breakfast ...
Marc, our host, helped us with our luggage down the steep stairs that lead up to the apartment and then off we went to the station. It only took 35 minutes to get to Brussels from Antwerpen which made a nice change.I booked a hotel directly opposite the train station as we need to catch the Eurostar to London quite early on Friday morning. We were pretty much exhausted from lack of sleep that we decided to just stay in. We had burgers and chips for supper ...
February 8, 2013. Today the second part of my foreign adventures begins.
As you well (or don't) know, as a student International business I'm supposed to spend a year abroad. After spending about 4 months studying international business in Vancouver, Canada, it's time to earn some experience in the working field now. Therefore I'll be working at ...
We arrived in Brussels, Belgium to some more freezing cold weather. It didn't get above zero the whole time we were there. Our hotel was close to the city and so we walked everywhere. Brussels is full of cobbled streets, which made for a fair bit of ankle rolling. It was New Years Eve when we arrived so we set out to find what festivities were going on that night. We found an information centre where the staff were boozing up and on the champagne already. They ...
... often do not. But our waffles were just as good as advertised, and then some. We were both very pleased, and Michael was happier now that he had gotten his waffle. We went on to a few more buildings including the Palais Royal (which turned out to be the furthest thing away) and then decided to start heading back to the station. We probably had a little over an hour before we needed to be at or near Brussels Central. We tried to double back the exact ...