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An early start today, getting up at 7am in the work routine. It was a chilling (it was actually a frosty morning) reminder of the reality of waking up to a work routine. A reality Natalie and I are facing in another month or two. Anyone, enough of that. Today was alot more fun than work. We dropped Bert off at his workplace in Brussels. Thankfully Nele had a day off and freedom to guide us around Antwerp. First impressions of the ...
... so we didn't miss our bus to Amsterdam at 4:30.
Well, of course I got us lost and we ended up having to take a taxi there because we had absolutely no idea where we were. Getting there with plenty of time, we decided it was time for a beer. We walked into a nice little bar inside the station and ended up finding out that the bartender was actually from Spain so we could talk to him! Our French still isn't very good and the people in there did not ...
... ride too long, our slap-happy turned into to ready to slap haha. I am usually extra weird about showering before I go to sleep but last night I could not have cared less. I got home and passed out. I can only imagine where other people from that night ended up passing out..
So I guess I am wild now. Not really. haha. Sarah and I were good and I think that was a pretty awesome one-time experience for this kid. :)
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... from other continents, namely African,
Asian and the odd tinge of the Americas, on the strength of which you
could quite confidently call this city cosmopolitan. A 1-day trek around
Brussels took in the sights of the Laeken and Heysel area as the first
port of call, easily reachable by the underground network which is
sufficiently extensive to allow for the 'Brussels in a day' experience.
The centrepiece of the Heysel area is the molecular-structure of the ...
... interior. The room is simple, but nice, with some interestingly packaged toiletries, no shampoo as in US Hotels ( although the NH did have shampoo, no conditioner. Perhaps Europeans have more manageable hair!). This counts for blog news in my books! So off to Antwerp we go for our next adventure! We need to find the train station because we seem to be in the middle of nowhere. Easily found the Bornem train station about a 1km walk from the hotel, and due to the ...