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... out our destination. Looking around us, it was as if we were in a zombie apocalypse movie. Nearly no people, rubbish, rundown building, half-finished road works… “In the head, you need to take out their head”. This is what I was thinking, words of wisdom from many a zombie movie.
We turned around and after passing endless sheeted-up, closed shops, we caught sight of life in the distance. ...
... good idea to take advantage of it and sit outside.
We finished up with lunch and headed back to his flat to drop off my bags. It’s a really nice little flat in a quiet part of town. We chilled there for about an hour and then headed out to meet some friends from last night to watch more World Cup games. Antonio first met us at Pete’s flat and then we all went to a friend’s (Markela) flat to watch the Greece vs. Colombia match. Hers ...
Everyone needs to spend a Sunday within the confines of central Brussels. The 50,000 plus people that were here last night have turned up again and some. Fine and bright again, shorts weather. A footnote: I forgot to mention that on arrival to the city yesterday coming up the stairs from the train station John with his hands full carrying his back pack had a pickpocket made an attempt at his pride and joy getting a zip on his pocket half way before John brushed him ...
... much about Ghent except for a dirty limerick I learned in high school. (LOL!) But we were there to see one of the most beautiful paintings in the world.
But, back to the tram. It worked on a ticket system where you put it into the slot and it deducts the amount of money from the ticket to where you are going. Worked well going there. Noticed lots of young people. Thought there must be a University in Ghent, and that ...
... it wouldn't be my first choice. Lots of adjustments would have to be made before I made the big move. There is much more walking (and I understand why after seeing their roads) which I would need to get used to. Also, I feel I would need to know the native languages in order to successfully live in Brussels. English got us around town but as a resident it would definitely be crucial to have fluency in both French and Dutch since one is used as frequently as the other.