Vintage Hotel Brussels
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... winter" temperature...
... nice. As we were walking out the young waiter was asking us where we were going and then he invited us back to his house to have some drinks, and wanted our numbers. This is all while he was still working and supposed to be pulling in other customers. We had to tell him we didn't have phones.
That night Dan and Quinten the Aussie guys came out to a few pubs with us. The first bar we went to had 1 Euro beers which was what we were after. We went ...
... out beer! Men were filling their cups right out of the fountain, the band was playing, and we were ecstatic that we had witnessed the whole event.
We spent the rest of the afternoon wandering through the upper and lower towns of Brussels. We loved the Galerie De La Reine, the first enclosed shopping street in Europe where Victor Hugo and Alexander Dumas used to meet to hear lectures. Perhaps David's favorite was the beautiful cathedral ...
Horns and cheers continue to echo through the neighborhood to celebrate Belgium's victory in their first World Cup match of 2014! I can't imagine what it's like in the Grand Place right now. We were walking out of the Grand Place about 15 minutes before the game began and saw many dressed for the game in Belgium colors. We also encountered ...
... Turkish etc food stores). The history is incredible. Here, in so-called crossroads of Europe, there are a hundred different languages spoken, and I work in an exciting place where all our nationalities come together and we work alongside each other. On the other hand, while I’m not homesick, I do miss my home, my dog, my parents (not necessarily in that order, so don’t be offended), and after having seen how some expats live, ...