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Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Sleeping in the Atomium in Brussels
My son is sleeping in the Atomium tonight and he was s-o-o-o-o excited about this. There is normally a 3-4 waiting list but they had 2 nights free so his class split over Monday and Tuesday. Children between 6-12 years can sleep in the "Kinderbol" - giant hanging eggs which are known as raindrops. They bring their own sleeping bag, a pillowcase, PJs and washbag. All food and drink is included. For dinner they can choose between spaghetti or chicken and mash then they have breakfast in the panoramic restaurant and watch a short presentation on the Atomium before their visit is over. They arrive at 18h, can bring a DVD to watch and leave again at 10h.