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Well, obviously the start of a new adventure begins with saying goodbye to all familiarities. Bye bye mom, dad and Amadeo, my little/younger (erase what fits best) brother. Bye bye to my beloved friends with whom I luckily got to spend some quality time before leaving. Bye bye Belgium.
15.10 pm. Take-off. Destination: Edinburgh.
... as they are warning about it being slow and asking for use to be limited to checking emails. It has to be done in the lounge so any prolonged use would be evident. However, I will see what happens.
A five o’clock start this morning gave me plenty of time to get processed before flying to Brussels. The flight was quick and from my widow seat I had great views of eastern England and Belgium. An unusual site was the North sea wind farm. From ...
... no insurance when you're on the track – who-evers fault it is!!!! We went into a small car park right by the entrance to the track as I was a bit nervous and wanted to check out what was actually going on, unfortunately there was not spaces and there was only one exit point – THE TRACK – The "car park" I thought I was going into turned out to be some kind of paddock area!! Whoops!! So there we were, ushered to the starting gate – so much to ...
... she makes this station an even bigger armpit than it already was.
I'll stop myself here but please be advised I could go on about the train station for days. It wasn't bad enough having to spend one length of time there but I was lucky enough to spend three. I must also say that I did not venture into the actual city of Brussels so it may very well be the most beautiful place in the world, I'll just never know because I can't leave the station fast ...
... away, "the american way" started. With the zillion questions about every aspect of your life.
Apparently I was fit for the States as the lady let me continue to actually get my ticket (the security stuff was a pre-ticket-check)
And again the actual security check was a b*tch. It took me almost 45 minutes to reach the actual checkpoint. So from there it was just pacing around until we could board.
Unfortunately Sven wasn't so lucky. Massive train delays made ...