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... the cafes on the square. I had a delicious plate of fish and chips and the price was actually cheaper than Brugge. I also got to use my limited French to order and converse with the waiter. They do speak English, but it seems French is the go to language so I am happy to try and use it.
My current plan is to visit Brussels tomorrow and Ghent on Sunday. I don't think I need to spend two days in Brussels, but that could change after the ...
... they had.
So who spent the next 4 hours of the sunniest day this week curled up with endless Tin Tin cartoons? Yep. guilty.
It was just such a great way to spend a hot summery afternoon! Seriously!
I then walked back to the hostel, which ended up taking longer than I thought because it was so damn hot outside! And I full on crashed on the floor the moment I walked into my room.
I got talking to Conor (my room mate who ...
... to pick the country that we’d never been to, is close in proximity to London and could be enjoyed in three days. After a quick 45 minute flight we landed in Brussels and immediately hopped onto the train to Bruges. Now this city was never part of the original plan, but after countless recommendations from friends and family (and because Jason had watched the movie 'In Brugge’), we knew we had to see it for ourselves.
... a bottle of warm coke zero and some warm water. We figure we couldn't leave it at that so we got some jäger Meister and shot glasses and headed home! We ate our food, watched the Simpsons and then played poker and got drunk. Ps we looked all day for an adapter but because nothing was really open we failed and so had to try and conserve battery because we still had no way of charging ...
... our bags up to the top. Thank goodness because they were heavy! Mom was impressed that I got us there without a problem, there were signs and people with luggage and you just follow them.
We didn't have to wait too long at the gare du nord before our train left and we were heading to Belgium. There were so many large suitcases that they were blocking the path between train cars. It was crazy.
Things went downhill trying to find the hotel. We got on the ...