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... for bigger money. All €17 of it. And this is where I met James. A lovely boy from Melbourne. It took around about 4 minute and a few sentences for him to ask me to dinner, which of course I said yes to. We walked around town for a bit talking about our travels (which are of very different styles but both equally interesting...I think he has a blog which I will link to tomorrow, so you can read ...
My train to Brussels was from Amsterdam Central Station and in order to take this train, I had to take a local train from Almere to Amsterdam. My friend put me on a bus to Almere station. Once I reached the station, I quickly went to the ticket counter to purchase my ticket. I knew I was late and got a big confused about the direction to the ticket counter. There were ************e around. A ...
... the old (1958 I think) World Expo site where they proudly show their centre piece the Atomium. We were somewhat unimpressed but I guess it was pretty impressive for the original time it was made. It still is quite an achievement, just that I think more could have been made of it inside. After the Atomium, we walked all over Europe. Really I mean it! All over (mini) Europe J. Want to do Europe on a budget? Short of time? Go to Mini Europe ...
... excitement and squealing as the kids reunited ... and We adults sat down to enjoy the other thing Belgium is renowned for ... Beer!
Day 2 Ghent
Anyone who has seen the recent film "The Monuments Men" will know that Belgium's two most famous artworks are Michelangelo's "Madonnas and Child" which is in the town of Bruges; and then the world's most famous altar piece "The Sacred Lamb" by Van Eyck which is in the Ghent cathedral.
Both towns are ...
... disaster struck! Doris stepped off the belt and stood still. She had to adjust the walking stick and the bag and get her balance and have a chat with her 14 or so posse, the whole time Jo was coming right behind her. Jo, realizing that if she didn't at quickly she would thrust Doris to the ground did a quick little elide step around the bag, the stick and the Doris. Remember where I was? Yep, right behind Jo! In the few seconds it took no to move out of the way I was on top ...