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... in good spirits considering their current success in the World Cup. Dienze was to be our last night under canvas. We shared the campsite with 3 retired Belgian cyclists and a resident family of ducks a ducklings. Between them they had managed to pack more onto their bikes than we had in our car. They quickly established camp, hung a washing line and settled down for the night. It rained during the night, why wouldn’t it? ...
... sours and shared a plate of rabbit. The restaurant is rough around the edges but our waiter was friendly and the food was great.
Hopped back on the train to get to Brussels. Our AirBNB host was housing us in his lovely apartment only steps away from the Grand Place, the central square of the city :)
... hour to get there! After being in some massive countries, we'd kind of forgotten how small Belgium is! We got off the train and looked around a bit for a snack, but didn't find anything we liked the look of so decided just to head out to Karina's house. We got on a ridiculously packed bus, which was awkward with our big jackets and bags, and caught the bus out to Ledebergplein, then walked up the road to her house. We were greeted at the door by Daren, who was ...
... some yummy chicken and bread for dinner. We spent the first day in Brussels wet. It rained, a lot, all day. We did venture out to the Atomium, after we discovered that the #2 on the map signified the metro station to get to it from, rather than the actual thing itself. Caits money had gone through and we had enough to afford a trip inside the big ball sculpture! Weird but worth it, if just for the many escalator rides! (we call them magic stairs at train ...
From there, we chained the bikes to a railing along with a hundred others (thank God ours are a bright shiny blue) and took a stroll or rather a stagger (it was sweltering) along the banks of the Lys. On both sides were the most beautiful rows of houses, three storey stepped gable, 14th century. Graslei is the street running up one side - means "street of herbs and vegetables" and Koornlei runs along the opposite bank - ...