If you, like me, prefer the pleasant atmosphere of a train to a sometimes claustrophobic aircraft, then you will surely appreciate the benefits of the Eurostar when travelling to and from the UK, Belgium and France.
I am often asked what I do or use as a frequent traveller that helps make my travelling a little bit smoother than usual. TripIt (http://www.tripit.com) is one of the top items on that list.
As you have gathered from the contents of this blog, I have walked the halls of Brussels Airport many times. Here is a quick guide for the tired or weary traveller passing through.
For those of you stranded at Gatwick, there’s something you might be able to do while waiting … I pushed the car further, its engine eating up asphalt for breakfast this fine morning. I had just driven off the Eurotunnel’s train and was tearing up the M20 heading for London.
Brussels Gare Du Midi is one of the first things many visitors to Brussels see upon arrival whether from the airport or from an international destination. Unfortunately, apart from being smelly and cryptic, it also can be confusing. This guide is here to help make it a little less unexpected.