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Travel Blogs from Brussels
Aug 23rd. Brussels.
Got into the hostel at 11:30 but the rooms aren't open until 3, a bit weird to have it so late... So I had lunch in their cool outdoor area then went out. I walked through an ethnic hot spot of Arab looking ppl, Muslims, blacks & homeless to reach St Mary's church, which was closed. I visited the congressional pillar of congress, or some such **** that was only in French, all ...
... a boy peeing that is roughly 18" tall. We got some directions and headed over following the signs. As we were walking up the street we could see a crowd of people and there it was. This is a very famous landmark of the city. We waited our turn and Devin walked up to the fence to have her picture taken. Across the street is the Manneken Pis Tavern. It did not look too crowded so we decided to go in and sat at a table right inside the door where we ...
... included, breakfast included. Cash only, no credit cards. Non Smoking.
our holiday didn't get off to the smoothest of starts, so we guess it can only
get better from here on in! Graeme was
sick on the flight to Singapore, and the six hour layover in the airport wasn’t
much fun sitting outside the men’s loo in the lounge – we think it was a touch
of food poisoning, not sure what the offending item was, but by the time we
boarded our flight to London, he was up and about, although a ...
... get to the courthouse. Once inside you couldn't take photos cause the whole building couldn't fit in your camera view. Even the doors leading inside are huge as you can see on my photo.
The T- shirt with our flag on costs R235.90.
It only occurred to me much later, after seeing figures outside shops as well as graffiti painted on the wall,that this is the land of comic books with Tintin and snowy etc.
tomorrow it's off to see the queen......