Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe
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After the Anne Frank visit we were on our way to use the last of our attraction tickets from the Holland Pass we purchased. We used the last windmill ticket to participate in a cheese tasting.
We had about 45 minutes before the cheese tasting and still had not had any real food so we found a small deli run by an Italian couple and shared a small pasta dish and two sandwiches on focaccia bread.
The cheese tasting was a ...
The next hour was spent sorting out travel plans for tomorrow and again to our disappointment realised going to Bruges then onto Amsterdam was just not possible or reasonable as it would only give us 2hours or so to explore Bruges. We finally booked a bus to Amsterdam, as it was significantly cheaper than the train, wrote to the train company regarding our lost diary and left the room to enjoy the nightlife of Brussels.
... there without trying too hard!
That night with a suitable venue chosen we had our last (going out) supper! We had found a nice place earlier in the day on the main market square and had a fine 3 course meal with some good beer and some nice wine. We were the only 2 people in the restaurant as we'd gone out quite early, but that was nice as we spent our time thinking of all our favourite bits of our journey over dinner. Oh and Lisa finally got her mussels!
... out and start exploring the city of Brussels by day light. Initially planning to meet up with our travel partners, we realized we had totally different itineraries for the day, so we bid farewell and set off to explore the city on our own. The first order of business was lunch. Upon Heidi's recommendation, we went to the old town square where we found a cozy little restaurant with a seat right by the fire place. We ordered delicious grilled ham and ...
... driver was so excited that we just got on. He was trying to convince us to do it, but it didn't seem very legit. We asked him where the nearest ATM was, and he told us. We went to get money and he was watching us the whole time. After we got the money, we walked around the corner and out of sight from the guy. We walked all the way around the block and caught another hop on hop off bus that looked legit. Our bus started to move ...