Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... waiting for our night train to Paris. After, a smooth relaxing ride, we walked to our hostel from the Gare du Nord, checked in, then had a glorious meal at a neighbourhood French restaurant. Alexa enjoyed playing pinball with a old man that was delighted to show her the ropes on how to play. We capped off the day with a climb up the steps of the Sacre Coeur Basilica which offers one of the best views of Paris. A long hard, beautiful day. Upper town was our next destination ...
... garden is your thing), and it was mobbed by Japanese. I felt a little silly taking a picture of it but you know that old saying, "When in Brussels …." The walking tour ended in the Grand Place, where Christian pointed out all the lovely buildings, many from the 17th century. Victor Hugo lived in one, and Karl Marx got kicked out of another (that guy really got around). A building with a large swan over the doorway once belonged to the butchers' guild and another one ...
... after we got back, but alas that was not to be.
Caroline had just gotten into bed (Jared was still in the lobby for a bit) when she heard a large commotion from somewhere in the room followed but a very unpleasant splash which based on her college career she could easily identify as the sound of puke. And it sounded waaaay too close to her bed. For anyone that doesn't know, she has a big aversion to vomit so this is not the sound ...
... day in Brussels. We walked A LOT. We figured out the metro system and explored the city center quite a bit. We got to try a cherry beer, which is a local special, and we also had a great waffle. Tomorrow we explore a bit more before heading out to Paris.
Anyway, we are off to bed soon!
... cards, two flags and lots of running children! The health and safety element was again tested by nearby woodcutters with a chipper and a chainsaw... safe. Rachel went with the older group led by Christel, and Laurie with the wee children. They both made some lifelong friends!
We had lunch provided which was nice, then a random hours break when it started to tip it down, then there was a party. Children being lifted up, danced with v. "closely" ...