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Travel Blogs from Ostende
Everyone looked horrible this morning haha. I didn't feel too bad since I came back a bit early but getting on the bus at 7am was a mission for all. We had a huge day of travelling ahead doing 4 countries and finishing in London that night. Our first stop was in bruge in Belgium. This is where we stopped for lunch and it was a cool little city. Apparently this is where French fries where actually first created, not sure if that's completely true ...
... out of Calais south towards Cap Blanc Nez and found a really great spot for the night overlooking the English Channel.
It was really rough and there were loads of wind surfers having a great time.
We couldn't see the White Cliffs today, we had a walk along the track and found another gun turret. The beach below us is a few hundred meters below , and a bit scary if you get close to the edge.
That night we watched some tv and a few ...
was again the first driver which I approached. He left me out in
Amstelveen (a city really close to Amsterdam, where I stayed)
Managed to get a host only for the 1. night. A Slovakian guy
Radovan who is on an exchange. The plan was to stay for 4 nights.
Arrived at his place
around 19. He accepted my CS request, but I did not answer him
anything. He said only for 1 night, so ...
... with parmesan as the staple lunchtime dish. We thought it best to have something 'proper' before digging into beer and chocolate but weren't up for pasta. We decided instead to give Frituur Royal a go. Frites are a Belgian specialty. Unfortunately for all the vegetarians out there "good Belgian fries are hand cut and twice baked in animal fat." This particular shop was the only exception in town, offering frites baked in vegetable oil and a variety of ...
... police escourted them, and kids would peel off when they passed their side street. It was everything you ( I ) wish you ( I ) could see in back in the States.
After that it was two trains back to Paris. The first had one almost hiccup. The French call the southern Brussels station ' Brussels Midi' while the Belgians call it ' Zuid' If I hadn't picked up on this I would have been at Brussels' central station wondering where ...