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... and decided to call it a day! We went back to the apartment to have a nap, which ended up lasting a few hours. Once we woke up again, we thought that we would order in some food, so we ordered Thai! We used my French cell phone (the red bullet) as the contact number for the order (only to realize it only works in France not Belgium). Once we realized that they could not contact us, we tried calling several times to the restaurants and with no answer, ...
... lands where the fighting occurred. We were so fortunate to have such a beautiful clear day. The mound is actually a Dutch monument.
Besides visiting a 360 degree panoramic mural we ultimately caught the bus back to Brussels. I ended up walking around some more of Brussels before eventually calling it a night.
In the morning, I caught the train that would take me first to Rotterdam and then to Leiden for the next part of my summer adventure.
... station with a magnificent foyer which takes you back to the old Orient Express movies.
From there we went to Rubenhuis (house), where he set up his painting school/business. In this house he had his studio and trained his apprentices.
After this we had to have lunch, so there we were in the ...
Today we checked out of our hotel in Paris and caught a train to Brussels. The train ride was very comfortable and it only took about an hour to get to Brussels.
We caught a tram from the train station to the city centre of Brussels which is kind of close to our hotel. Our hotel is quite cheap and therefore it's not quite in the city centre, it's a bit of a walk and surrounded by a few sex shops. That sounds bad but in reality it actually feels very safe and the streets are ...
... nice, spoke English and
then offered us water from their cooler.
About 1:30 we stopped for lunch and
then proceeded towards St. Ann's Tunnel. The tunnel is a pedestrian
and cyclist tunnel that goes under the Schelde River. On the street
you get into this giant elevator that is about 15' sq.. It takes you
down 43 meters or about 130', the door opens and you are facing a
very cold, long ...