Ever since the terrorist attacks in Brussels, tourists hesitate to visit this dangerous "hell hole" as Donald (Duck) Trump called our town. Belgium is also the nest of future terrorists and of course the TV helps for creating this unjustified reputation. In reality, I see as much danger as you from the places concerned thanks to Television, in real life in the city center life goes on as usual.
Anyway wherever you go in Europe today, it can happen,that you are blown up, but you can also die by falling down the stairs to the basement if you have one. The funniest thing is, that I wanted to escape (from the attacks in Brussels) to Tunisia, but the Belgian government doesn't allow me to go there because of the danger, but I am allowed to go into Brussels city center. Strange is also that I am allowed to spend my holidays in Turkey, which every day has a little riot somewhere and people killed. Strange logic. I don't even try anymore to understand.
To help the hotel sector crisis, Brussels is launching a fun operation: the Brussels Pyjamas'Nights. The goal ? Encourage as many people to come or return and sleep at the hotel, including the Iris Festival which will take place on 7 and 8 May.
The condition is to check in, wearing a pyjama and you will get a minimum of 50 % discount from the 5th to 8th May included.
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I found this a great idea ! Maybe I should spy on some big hotels and take pictures of the guests in pyjamas !
Some suggestions ....