Alliance Brussel Airport Hotel
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Disembarking at Ashford we went through a second passport check, this time by the Police. I completely fail to understand the value of this. After all, Border Force clears our passports for immigration in Bruxelles. But you can't complain or even question why.
The Eurostar was 15 minutes late arriving (for no particular reason) so I missed my connection to Chilham. 25 minutes to wait on Ashford station is close to purgatory ...
... to the owners. They are breeders of alpacas and after breakfast we head into the fields and meet the herd (if that's how a group of alpacas is called...). They are beautiful animals. Their eyes remind me of giraffes. We get to feed them a little bit and I feel sharp teeth grazing on my palm, eager for all the bits to eat. The area is beautiful and it's a shame we cannot stay longer. After meeting the alpacas it's time to leave. We have to reach Hull ...
We woke up at 5, were out of the hotel by 5:30, dragging our suitcases down the streets of Brugge to reach the train station for a 6:10 train. We walked through the middle of a roundabout, because there was no walking path. My suitcase flipped over, and I dragged it through mud. Now I can tell which one is mine, it's old, green, and has a big mud stain.
We got on the train, and were relieved. We were in Brussels by 8 am, our group supposed to meet at ...
... buildings that seem to touch the skies. SO BEAUTIFUL! Apparently there's a flower festival that goes on every year in mid-April and we wished we would have come later to witness that! We also stopped by the St. Nicholas Church, which was originally built as a "merchant church," and also stopped by another Notre Dame. We then made our way to the Manneken Pis. It was a bit unfathomable for us that a statue of a tiny little boy peeing dressed in an outfit was ...
... had each other to begin with. There’s a madness and a passion in the soul of the music that I feel is unmatched in most genres, and it speaks of a people who perhaps live a more honest life than you or I, for if they are mad for something, they don’t hold back. There is no stiff upper lip here. The music speaks of loss too, a loss so immeasurable that although you can’t think of a reason to be upset, it stirs you and you can feel the grief ...