How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... start of a good day.
Then we headed back to the tram, again filled with lots of college students, and tried to put our tickets in the machine. It wouldn't work. I asked a man nearby, and he said, all the machines are down, we're either riding free or all going to jail!!! We rode for free. I gave the two extra tickets to a student who uses the tram almost every day. Paying it forward just like the lady did for us. ...
... of Paris was very different to that of three months previously. The locals seemed warmer and more helpful. We even had two people ask us if we needed help on the same day! We think that it must be because tourist season is now over. Paris gets so many visitors that the locals must get very intolerant of them. I mean after all we come into their country without knowing any French and expect them to communicate with us in English. As the old lady helping us with ...
... but we made it with plenty of time to spare. The bus ride was quite comfortable, however, I made the mistake of trying to catch up on my journal during the journey. This made me feel really sick and looking out the window wasn't helping. When we were almost in Paris I couldn't take it anymore and began to heave. I was panicking as I had nothing to vomit into. Nathan had to ask the driver for a bag. Luckily I hadn't eaten anything for hours and all I ...
... of the boat tour was seeing the most photographed and famous resident of Bruges. This is not a person but a golden lab named Fidel. He sleeps on a pillow and blanket hanging partly out a window overlooking the canal. Apparently, he actually was in the movie In Bruges as a cameo appearance. Quite amusing since he is totally oblivious to the boats passing by.
The boat driver pointed out one house along ...
When we arrived in Brussels on Wednesday afternoon, I had plans for a number of activities to do with the kids. I was thinking that each morning while Joe was at the Royal Library doing his research, we could be low key and do the grocery shopping and laundry sorts of things. Then in the afternoons, we'd all be able to go out and see some sights, like the giant iron atom (Atomium) ...