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... seem happy with it but we were not so convinced. There were some great (modern) art works there in that all the artists seem to be still living. They certainly know how to spend money on providing flash offices and facilities for themselves, Had a late morning tea at a beautiful bakery full of lots of enticing pastries etc. Very nice. Rain stopped by now so walked on through a huge park to commemorate 500 years. There is a a big C shaped building that is ...
... and Instagram I called my friends from the ship because I hadn’t seen them in 12 hours and missed them. Everyone else is on the phone with their parents (sorry mom and dad) and I was talking to Jess and Tom about leaving for Warsaw the next day. That night we had a guided tour around the castle by torch light. There were only six guys on the trip and six torches so the guys got to carry them. Our guide immediately regretted this decision ...
... coming to the hotel from the airport, but back to the airport is 7.5 Euros per person. Could have walked the 4 blocks to the train station (Hoofddort), but schleping bags, we chose the shuttle.
After arriving at the airport/train station, told a man at a train information desk that we wanted to take the fast train to Antwerp. He said, I think you need a reservation. Check at the international train desk. We did. Yep, need ...
... was sure if the coming train would pass my station, so he adviced me to go back up and ask the info desk. I did so, yet when I just started asking the staff, the old man ran all the way up and asked me to follow him. He said I should board the train. I was kind of touched, since he said he waited for the train for an hour already, yet he still ran to catch me, risking his schedule.
... there, gleefully trot through museums, squeal with delight at street art treasures, wander in awe past magnificent neoclassical buildings, have so many different and interesting beers and chocolates and play pool and drink with the other backpackers in the hostel.
I am in love.
Brussels is my happy place, but I must leave it to visit what has been described to me as the fairy tale city of Bruges.
But I will return.