Le 1815 Hotel
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... and now off to bed. Tyrone met up with a friend of a friend who passed on two very heavy bags to take back to Kenya. That sounds a bit dodgy now that I write it, but I can assure you they are filled w lots of books and clothes and shoes that have been donated and will go to help the orphanage he is working at there! This means that rather than a 'from bed', goodbye wave. Cait and I will also be up at 5am to help him lug the 40kgs of bags to the train station. ...
... We managed to see the famous Atomium from afar for free (standing on the top floor of a parking garage), which is like the Eiffel Tower of Brussels. Then we went to Jubelpark which was beautiful with orange and maroon trees. The last thing we had time to see before getting food for the train was the Royal Palace which was enormous and had gorgeous architecture. Overall, Belgium was an awesome country and I am very glad I got to go.
Bonjour a tous!
I know that it has been some time since I've last updated my blog; my apologies, as I have had a MOUNTAIN of assignments to do. However, now that I have gotten ahead a bit in my work, I feel comfortable enough to take some time to recount the past couple of weeks, especially my trip to Brussels and Paris! Each city deserves its own entry, so I hope you enjoy!
We arrived in Brussels on Sunday afternoon, after taking one train from Geneva to Paris, ...
... said I didn't understand what was happening - however all the policeman wanted to know was there a problem?
I finally replied that there was no problem - he seemed happy, and we finished the call. I explained this to Jean-Philippe and when I mentioned we had rung Telstra 101, he burst out laughing. He then told me that the poilce emergency number in Belgium was 101!!! It was good that the Belgium police were so efficient - but a bit embarressing for us, and a trap for ...
... very picturesque with little boats full of people slowly moving up and down.
Off in the side streets from the square are many shops - chocolate shops, shops selling lace, beer, icecream and waffles!
We took a horse and buggy ride around the inner city and then had a lovely lunch - Veronica, Christine, Rebecca and I ...