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 +=====Public Transport=====
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 +The train station is 5 minutes walk from our property at the top end of our street. When planning trips, the station is known as Zaventem Dorp (Village). Brussels International Airport is also located in Zaventem and this can cause much confusion. Many of the trains to the airport do not stop at Zaventem Village and Zaventem ​ is often used to refer to the airport station. Busses also exist with Kirkplein or Zaventem Station [De Lijn] being the closest stops.
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 Belgium uses temporary signs to inform you when it is not allowed to park in an area that is normally ok. The plate gives the time and date that this restriction is in force. The arrow beneath indicates whether the sign marks the start/end of the restriction or not. When the arrow is pointing in both directions then it is informing you that the restriction applies in both directions for that side of the road, This particular example is a sign at the end of the restriction and so the restriction ends here. Look down the road for the next sign to determine the extent of the restriction and to make sure you understand upon which side of it you can park. Error on the side of caution if you do not want to be towed. Belgium uses temporary signs to inform you when it is not allowed to park in an area that is normally ok. The plate gives the time and date that this restriction is in force. The arrow beneath indicates whether the sign marks the start/end of the restriction or not. When the arrow is pointing in both directions then it is informing you that the restriction applies in both directions for that side of the road, This particular example is a sign at the end of the restriction and so the restriction ends here. Look down the road for the next sign to determine the extent of the restriction and to make sure you understand upon which side of it you can park. Error on the side of caution if you do not want to be towed.
  
-=====Public Transport===== 
-  * sncb.be 
- 
-The train station is 5 minutes walk from our property at the top end of our street. When planning trips, the station is known as Zaventem Dorp (Village). Brussels International Airport is also located in Zaventem and this can cause much confusion. Many of the trains to the airport do not stop at Zaventem Village and Zaventem ​ is often used to refer to the airport station. Busses also exist with Kirkplein or Zaventem Station [De Lijn] being the closest stops.