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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... fry them very quickly in hot oil. We both got some fries and mayonnaise and went across the street to eat them at a pub where we also grabbed a beer. Here we sat and chatted about Belgian history and politics past and present. There are many things I wasn't aware of occurring in Brussels and Belgium. First that there is voting coming up shortly on whether to divide Belgium into two countries, one flemish\dutch the other French, there is more of a ...
... went on all the water chutes. The Old Folks sat in the cafe and discovered free access to Wifi, so we caught up on emails and started writing this blog. On the way home to our campsite, we bought frites in Wavre and ate them with camper van food resources of various sorts. Back to site in the dark about ten pm. The fittings which Billy and I stuck on the headlights at Hull seemed to work well for driving on the ...
... because it was supposed to be a four hour bus ride but it ended up only being three. Brussels was definitely a different city, I had a certain expectation of it and it ended up not being anything that I thought it would be. The center of the city was the best part even though it is a very dirty place. The food we good also because it had so many options and I love waffles and chocolate. I am glad I was only there for a short amount of time because there is not much to see while being ...
... things happen when you are there. Neither my Belgian card nor my two Canadian ones worked in the ticket machine, although I finally got them to work in a second one. I grabbed my ticket, raced down the stairs and….saw no train. I figured I’d missed it, then turned around just to see that it had stopped further up the platform and was pulling out of the station. Balls.
Twenty minutes later, I made the next train, which was essentially ...
... was the EU’s emphasis of solidarity. It’s a powerful notion that both unites people of different cultural backgrounds but also unites people within a country to work for the common good. This sense of solidary is what drives the work of many of the European platform organizations that I have and was planning to meet in Brussels. I ended the evening by enjoying a classic Belgian waffle – I couldn’t leave the city without eating ...