Hi We are planning to move from France to Brussels around 17 February and need some short term accommodation for at least a month or two. There is my husband (a journalist) and I (mother/Personal Assistant) and our 3 year old daughter. We are from New Zealand and have been living in France for nearly 1 year but are now relocating to live and work in Brussels. All accommodatons options considered. I am also wanting to know if it is possible to enrol children in school halfway through the school year. Our daughter (4 in May) has been attending a French school since September and we would like her to continue on in Brussels. Any advice gratefully received. Thanks Serena
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Hello Everybody ! I would like to take french lessons in January. I found a lot of offers from french teachers on the Internet, but I don't know how to pick one... Schools also offers tutoring, but it's really expensive ! Is there someone who had a good experience ? Could you recommend me someone efficient and pleasant ? Thank you !
Hello everybody ! I would like to take private lessons in french (or in a very small group) in January. I'm very basic level. Do you have any advice or recommandation ? I found a lot of schools and private teachers on the Internet, but there are too many and I know that some of them don't have any training in teaching french for foreigners. Schools also offers tutoring but the prices are really high (50€ for 1h at Alliance française !!!) Thank you for your help !
I am getting married in December in a low-key town hall affair. I'd like a really classy knee length dress that i can use again without it looking too much like a wedding gown. Any suggestions on shops i can try in Brussels? I don't think there's any point going to a wedding dress shop.
I have been asked to plan a weekend in Belgium for a group of friends - 6-8 people. We live in Berlin and will be travelling by train. Initially we decided on Bruges as one of us has seen the film 'In Bruges' and is keen to visit the city, but the rest of us are a bit concerned that there won't be much to do there. Can anyone offer any advice - is it practical to visit both over the same weekend or are we better sticking to our original plan just to visit Brussels?