Aparthotel Brussels Midi
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We are almost at the end of our journey. Tonight will be our last night in Europe and tomorrow night we fly to Edinburgh Scotland to begin a new chapter in our lives. We plan to work and live in Scotland for three or four months before returning to Australia. It is time to start getting organised and thinking about what is to come. We spent most of the day today pottering about. We caught up on laundry and organised flights and things for the coming days. ...
This morning we went to the train station to get a train to Paris, however, the train was extremely expensive for some reasons so we decided to see how much the bus was. The bus was only €30 for the two of us so we decided to take the bus there instead. We had to wait around a little while before the bus would leave. When we went to find the bus stop we couldn't find it and ended up asking about six people before we finally found it. Nathan ...
... tour group stamping up the steps towards me.
“Eeek! I bolt towards another small path heading in a different direction to
reclaim some of the peace I’d found at the canal. After a few minutes I emerge
onto a main path and resign myself to being surrounded by tourists as I see
them mill by in large groups.
Arriving on what looks like a main street I see double decker buses,
hordes of tourists and a beautiful lake where ducks and ...
... of a famous Belgian designer, Walter Van Beirendonck. This was by far the craziest, most alternatively strange museum I've been in. It reminded me of the movie Zoolander, but this guy lives in his own twisted, brightly-coloured, bizarre world. It was definitely eye opening to say the very least!
Antwerp was one place that we enjoyed visiting, but neither of us thought that of it as a place we would go back to... but the waffles were still amazing! ;) ...
... I hope he has a desire to experience more travel over the rest of his life.
We went on this trip to see first hand one of the most historical events of the last 100 years - World War 2 and DDay. I'm glad that Jake has an interest in the sacrifices that those people made back then and that we shared this together. We have several post-WW2 veterans on my side of the family, including my dad, and we're proud of them! You might not always agree ...