Travel Blogs from Anderlecht
So I decided that I wanted to move on from Brugge to Cologne. One problem...I had to leave from Brussels and only had one night. There was NO accommodation on the internet that was worth it and I needed to leave at 9am for my bus. What was the answer to my dilemma? Hmmm well at least I wasn,t in this alone...my hostel friend from Antwerp (Paul) was with me so we decided, hey! The best thing we can do is do an all nighter. Free ...
... back to the same hostel, if not for that, I might still be walking around.
The hostel, called 2Go4, is quite nice. Though the name is probably the worst possible choice of titles, the hostel is conveniently placed in the center of downtown Brussels, and is much more clean than my place in London. That being said, the place lacks character and charm. I was fortunate, once again, to meet a nice Aussie named Justine, on ...
... I guess they all sleep in their uniforms?) and ready to check us in. We apologized for arriving late, and signed their guestbook and got our keys to our room. The bellboy got our luggage and took us to room 404, the highest floor I think for this hotel. We gave the bellboy 100rupee for helping us, and he seemed extremely happy with that tip.
After some unpacking, we realized we didn’t have any bottled water to brush our teeth with, so we ...
... I am exhausted I don't want to sleep too much! It didn't take long on the train to begin to feel like we were in Europe and after 7 years of only short domestic holidays, it feels pretty cool to once again be abroad. Here is the view from our window. The weird thing is that we are in the centre of the City and while the walls are paper thin, there is ABSOLUTELY no noise from outside. It is so eerily quiet! Just back from a lively dinner right next to the hotel. Lots ...
Brussels (Bruxelles) and Bruges (Brugge) in Belgium! =D Wow, who would've thought that this little country had so much to offer, the food alone would've made anyone go gah gah....think of the world's best pralines neighbouring a 1 euro waffle store which is opposite a 2 euro frites shop and all surrounding a little statue of a boy peeing into a fountain. Too good to be true? Nup, that's Brussels =). Oh btw, did I mention that the little peeing boy was dressed ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed