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Alarms sounding at an ungodly hour, we sleepily rolled out of bed to begin our journey to Belgium. After our last cheese buffet breakfast, we made our way to Amsterdam Centraal to catch our connecting train to Rotterdam Centraal. Once there, another train was to take us over the border to Antwerp, Belgium. This may sound like an ordeal, but these countries are ridiculously close together so the journey took only 2 hours in total, and through lovely Belgian countryside ...
... and decorations. We grabbed some frites and mayo in a paper cone (a Brussels delicacy) and hopped on bus #2 for another tour of the east and south sides of the city. This tour gave us a real sense of the vivacious streets of Brussels, the beautiful parks and all of the impressive buildings associated with the European Union. Since Brussels is the capital of Europe this part of the city is posh and modern. After ...
... to Antwerp to come and take us to his place. How good is that! But we quickly got some chocolate pralines before he got there. On the drive home I rested while papa and Pieter talked in Dutch. We arrived at Pieter and Monique's place and I went straight upstairs with Isabelle, it was good to see her again and we played for hours on our iPads. Pieter's sister Elvire and her partner Hans also joined us. I think Elvire is my blog "groupie" in holland ...
... and before you know it, you are in Brussels! The city centre was gorgeous with christmas lights everywhere and Christmas markets all around the streets and squares. You can buy all sorts of things including gluwine and waffles with chocolate and cream which of course we had to have.
We rode on the red tourist bus on two different routes and saw both the centre and the europe parts of the city. It changes dramatically from gorgeous old city architecture ...
... I expected coming into India, but it wasn’t the case, everyone else was adhering to the lane zones, just not him, for the whole ride there.
Eventually after 40mins or so, we arrive at the district of Karol Bagh, where the hotel is located. Unfortunately, our taxi driver has no clue where our hotel is. We keep driving around and around the district for the next hour looking for Sarthak Palace. We ask him if he has a cellphone so that we can ...