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... of the arch again we picked out some other free touristy things to see. We struck out with everything. It was either closed or we just could not find it. We ended up at another supermarket where we bought things for dinner, a snack as well as breakfast and lunch for the next day.
Our last stop of the day was back to the Delierum Cafe. We made it to the actual bar this time and sampled four different beers. The weirdest beer was a green colored cactus beer. Another was ...
... in France, on a flight on which I had almost no sleep. The little boy behind me cried the entire 9 hours, nearly driving his mother to tears herself. She apologized to our row; we offered her sympathy and a free drink. As we taxied down the runway at Charles de Gaulle, the boy pointed out the Concorde which sits, forever sidelined, near the runway. His father was French and his mother was Anglophone, and he called out in a beautiful mixture of languages, "Papa! You ...
... of people in it, no one sat next to me, across from me, in front or behind me. I read my book most of the time and had a chocolate HobNob flapjack for a snack.
When the train arrived in Brussels, I had to transfer to a local train to get to Central Station one stop away. The directions for how to get from the station to the hotel were very clear: look for the signs inside the station that say "Marché aux Herbes/Grasmarkt" and follow them. Well, it's the first of May, ...
... each other. So you're literally sitting next to each other, not across from each other. It truly makes for an intimate gathering with people.
Work to Live
In America, Sundays are days when most people spend time with their families. But you often find a lot of people in shopping malls. Not losing out on the opportunity to make money with stores being open on Sundays is capitalism at its finest in America. In France, just like ...
17/12/2011: Belgium. Crossed the border
about 10am. I swear the temperature dropped by 2-3 degrees as we did.
Stopped for a coffee at a truck stop - nearly froze getting back to the
car. Closer to Brussels, we noticed a light covering of snow on the
fields. No wonder it feels colder here!!. It wasn't our intention to go
to Brussels (big city and ...