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Travel Blogs from Woluwe-Saint-Lambert
I can't believe that in two weeks I'll be at the airport, ready to go to Australia for at least 6 months and probably 1 year ... Time goes so fast ! I must use my time the best I can and overall enjoy my last two weeks with my friends and my family (I think I'm already missing them ...
Brussels. Where do I start?! Having made the stupid mistake of walking from the train station in the blistering heat and arriving at my hostel drenched in sweat, I questioned how I would ever make friends. I honestly had no need to worry. After finding my dorm was empty, I head down to the bar to get a drink and meet people. I ended up becoming part of group full of Americans, Australians and the odd European. I couldn't have caked for ...
... 1.00pm, so we still had to
stay awake until that night, to help accustomize ourselves to the local
turns out that we arrived on a Public Holiday (a four-day weekend holiday) – we
had previously thought that the holiday was on the Saturday only. Naturally, a holiday in Europe is celebrated
with markets, stalls, musicians, entertainers and of course, the customary
eating & drinking on the sidewalk cafes.
Did we ...
... train to Brussels central and proceeded to the ticket office to book seats for Paris tomorrow, and Luxembourg. The man at the ticket office was brilliant and sorted our journeys in no time flat, our trip tomorrow has a surcharge so we had to pay 80 euros on top of our pass (but still meant we saved 100 euros so were happy enough). The Luxembourg ones were a bargain at 3 euros per seat...after sorting this we happily departed for our hotel and after a ...
... was bugging me a little bit that I had lost them, but I thought I must have obviously misplaced them elsewhere.
Jump back to Brussels, at the Brussels Grill and for some reason I was fiddling around with the corner of my jacket when I noticed a small round button shape under my jacket lining. At first I thought I was feeling a coin in my pocket, however after feeling around I came to the conclusion that it was actually inside the jacket lining, and felt like a ...