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... was a 6 hour gap. At Dubai airport even after roaming around and checking for things to shop, we had a 3 hour rest and we landed in India at 8.00 am - India time.
What we Did and what we Learnt:: (This is the famous phase my companion always used during the trip)
- We need to be careful while getting inside the trains. The distance from the platform & trains are usually very large
- The Euro star train goes to London and the TGV goes to Spain ...
... one end to the other in about 15 minutes. -Outside of downtown there were a lot of different minority groups, many from Northern Africa. Just as in the U.S., sadly these areas aren't the nicest. -they speak mainly French in Brussels, but areas a bit further north speak in the native tongue of Flanders or Flemish. -they have a peculiar sense of humor. Their most famous landmark is Mannekin Pis, or the peeing boy statue in English. It's just a statue of a little ...
... else inside (mousse, cream, jam, etc.). I asked for 3 chocolates (1 house rec and 2 others that I thought sounded good) and stepped into a dreamy world of handmade chocolate delight. The chocolate from Belgium was made fresh daily and sourced from the absolutely best cacao beans. The chocolate literally melted in my mouth and after the hard shell cracked under my initial bite, I was rewarded with a creamy filling that complemented nicely with the outer ...
... the french countryside fly by. Athena sang french songs to me. Then we realised we were now looking at Belgium and we stopped singing our made up french songs. Arrived at 12.00. Bus tour around Brussels. Dirty. Not kept pristine like London. Stopped at the 'Grand place'. Magnificent square of old worlde buildings. Originally in all wood. Destroyed. King Louis rebuilt in stone as it was. ...
... it was time to go back to the coach for our return to Paris, and luckily we’d successfully saved our seats earlier so we were right at the front away from any potentially annoying loud people. (It turned out we were the loud ones for the way home, chatting constantly and only very briefly having a rest, but as it was early evening this wasn’t so problematic). The journey passed pretty quickly, a loo stop at a lay by resulted in me having to use a squat in the dark, and then ...