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... front and centre the town hall which is the only original building standing built in the 15th century, it was quite a sight to behold. Pictures would never do it justice. We were given free time after that to roam Brussels at our leisure. Kate and I bought ourselves a famous Belgian waffle each, and then we went to do a little shopping as I was feeling pretty cold in my pathetic excuse for ...
... around 5 hours sleep before getting up around 4am to get ready. We walked to the tram station in Edingen to catch the 5am tram to Mannheim and once there caught the 6:05am ICE train to Frankfurt. We switched at the airport to another ICE train which travelled through Köln, Aachen, Liege and finally to Brussels (Bruxelles). We arrived around 9:40am and had travelled roughly 450kms in 5 hours. Our top speed in the train was 284kph although most of the time ...
... awful to wake up feeling exhausted.
I decided to forgo the egg this morning. But I was entertained by a woman trying to eat a soft-boiled egg. Her egg cup kept tipping over.
I left the hotel (where I will likely never stay again, even though it was perfectly fine in many ways) at 9:15 and took the Tube (the hot, hot Tube) to St. Pancras, where I caught a Eurostar train to Brussels. The two-hour ride was thoroughly unmemorable and, even though my carriage ...
... one....we went back to rest from our day travels annnnd have a few drinks at the hotel bar.
We got pretty lazy and wanted to just stay in however the hotel didn't have a restaurant or in-room service so we headed out to see what Brussels could offer us. I am so so glad we ventured out because the cobble stone streets and alley ways had people flitting in and out of shops, most of these contained famous Belgium chocolate.
We ended ...
... places visited, and people met to something larger. My mom and I have definitely experienced what many would call a classical tourist experience. We have been staying at a hotel near the Gran Place, and have subsequently spent much time walking around this majestic, albeit tourist-magnet, area. We bought a hop-on-hop-off bus pass, which enabled us to explore many of Brussel's most famous attractions including the Atomioum, the Cathedrale Des Saints Michel et Gudule, and ...
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