BEST WESTERN Les 3 Cles
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One of the coolest days of my Life! Kasey and I were eating lunch in a little inconspicuous cafe in Brussels when in walks a Parade of people in blue overcoats and Top Hats. They poured in, maybe 20 of them in a place fit for 15. One of them doesn't like that our beers are almost empty so he brings us 2 more. He introduces himself as Oliver and fill us in on the shena****ns, ...
I’ve spent yet another weekend away traveling to Brussels with a nursing friend called Lise. But before I met Lise for the trip I met up with a good friend from home, Penny. She had just flown in from Sydney and we met for a long brunch and lots of catching up in a cafe at Kings Cross/St Pancras Station in London. Great fun! And then, it was goodbye to Penny and hello to Lise and on to Brussels.
The Eurostar leaves from St Pancras and only takes ...
... the atomium and the mini Europe park. The train map was
poorly sign posted and I ended up going around in a complete circle
the long way around, but it was nice to sit and relax for a bit
anyway. I got off at the Atomium station and walked down to the
Atomium. The Atomium is a structure in the shape of an iron atom. At
each of the balls is an observation area dna displays. In order to
get in I had to line up to get my ticket, then go around the
structure and line up ...
... to be able to spread out and relax in a living room.
We left the hotel en route to the Christmas Market. We stepped out of the subway and immediately were in the Christmas area. It was fantastic--one of the best we had seen! It was filled with stalls of decadent foods, Christmas crafts, a ferris wheel and a wonderful vintage carousel. The ferris wheel was enormous and we took a ride on it. Too bad there was fog, so ...
First things first: I slept horrible. Because of all the excitement raging through my body and brains, I just couldn't sleep. Well, not for long at least. So I slept about two to three hours before we took off. Luckily I manage well when I barely sleep; I was still able to get on my bike.
Saying goodbye must be the hardest part of this trip, the hardest thing to do in life, especially when Joyce, my aunt, started crying and my mom started to ...