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... to favour in New Zealand but almost retro – albeit new retro. The city is geared for the bicycle [pun unintended], being very flat. They have cycle lanes on virtually every road and abundant bicycle stands throughout the city. The city has a scheme where you can pick up a city bike from set points and you can use it for set periods of time. Up to 30 minutes it is free, after that you start to pay but at a very ...
... and Maria (two girls from The Netherlands on a short break), had a chat with them for a bit, before going over and got an AWESOME Moroccan sandwich with them.
I was pretty much ready for bed by 8:30, from being so exhausted from traveling so much. But I pretty quickly got distracted talking to people on my laptop, and did a little bit of writing. Eventually went to sleep, ready to head off to Paris the next ...
... American, cocktail and pickle sauces :S ). So after lunch we checked out the historical centre of Brussels including the Grande Plat/Grand Markt/Main Square which was very Brugge-like, and the royal palace, the palace of justice, the cathedral and afew cute garden parks scattered around the city. One of the parks had a fountain full of frogs (toad like frogs, not cute green ones) ...
... the pita restaurant at lunch. The Subway was very close to the entrance to the Eurostar terminal, so this seemed like a logical choice. Unfortunately, the Subway was closed when we reached it. I didn't really know why this would be. So, it was after 7:00 on a Saturday night, but wouldn't they expect people to be taking trains back to London and to be hungry? Perhaps it was because it was the day before Easter. In any case, that was no longer an option, ...
... restaurants and cafes were closing before nightfall, i.e. 6pm, we were not as impressed. Anything left open was unfortunately not all that enticing, and we've decided to put it down to this being the first day of the winter chill rearing its ugly head and having scared off the locals. We’re just not sure what happened here.
Luckily, we did stumble into an amazing little place right before closing, where we got ourselves a chilli-honey and a white-chocolate coffee. A ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking