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Having showered and eaten a little in the lounge, Patrick and I looked around the duty free shops. There was certainly no shortage of shops or people in this airport. It's huge! When it was time to board, we were able to leave from the lounge. This only took us to a queue for a bus, which in turn took us to the queue to board, from the back. On QF8135, we were again booked in the first section of economy, 19K (window) and 19J (middle), so ...
... spent some time in Brussels before and he thoroughly enjoyed it, so we figured we'd better follow the trail of chocolatiers and make a stop!
Fitting enough, the hostel we stayed in is a reclaimed brewery for Belle-Vue brewers located in the city centre, so a really neat old brick building which still has a very industrial feel on the interior. Troy swore he could smell the malt and hops still lingering in the ...
... us. The weather outside is cloudy, apparently it's supposed to rain tomorrow. As we're in business class, we had an enjoyable meal with some ice cream as refreshment sweet, to basically, wake up again. I must admit, both, my dad and I, haven't slept longer then half an hour. I still feel quite lively. When we arrive, we'll pick our ...
... is a copy.
I walked back down to the old town afterward with Barbara Brosh, who turns out to be Allie Brosh's aunt. Allie Brosh writes a hilarious website called Hyperbole and a Half, but she's been suffering from depression for well over a year so hasn't been keeping up the website. According to Barbara, she's doing well and is working on her book. She said she'll tell Allie she met a fan. :)
Barbara stopped at the hotel, and I went off ...
... the Eiffel Tower, was supposed to be dismantled. In 1973, Mum brought us three kids for a year long trip to Europe in a Kombi and the Atomium was on the list - especially for my two geeky brothers. Unfortunately I had had an accident a few weeks earlier and couldn't walk. Mum had to carry me everywhere so when she learned that there were hundreds of steps inside the Atomium, she quite wisely declined.
The Atomium was renovated in 2005 and now ...