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... is better! We thought that ordering a bottle of wine would be a good idea, until after we ordered it, and realized they close in 30 minutes. So after having some delicious sushi, we had to chug (literally) the rest of our bottle of wine (we also found out later that it is legal to drink on the streets and we could have taken the bottle with us... who knew!). After sushi we tried to find a bar the people had told us ...
14:50 still in Brussels I think the weather doesn't want us to leave. But no, dear bad weather, we fight back! Though a little delay caused us an amount of stress, we are still sitting in the lounge with a piece of cake, crisps, a coke and a sprite. The view is grey with a chance of the arrival of our plane (see picture). In Zurich, which ...
... When we first got off the train we had a short drive tour and then got put in the oldest part of the city for a wander and look around. It was full of people and there was even a very noisy band and a parade at one stage. You have to admire the embroidery and lace work - just so beautiful. Yes I will have some of it to show you, just had to bring a memory home.
So the first real day of ...
Another day, another country.
Standard to our routine, we woke up early to catch the Metro from Laplace station to Gare De Nord en route to our train leading us from Paris to Brussels. Fortunately, there were no hiccups on this journey, and before we knew it we were boarding the Thayls bullet train to our next destination. It's awesome how much how technology has progressed over the years, in consideration of what used to be a 2 or 3 day ...
... a boy peeing. Oddly enough, Brussels' most famous symbol is a statue of a little boy urinating. He will often be seen wearing an outfit, as costumes are sent to Brussels for him throughout the year. Today he was wearing a snazzy red and white number and a cravat. He’s rather small and not particularly exciting, but we paid him a visit nonetheless and the boys liked him.
Coming up next a return to WWI with a visit to Ypres, and then on to ...