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... cones of chips for snacks, statues that pee, and whose people who can speak at least 3 or more languages!
The Lonely Planet directed us to another great find for this trip – the USE IT guides. I think we are a little over the intended age bracket that they are marketed towards – maps for “young travellers” put together by locals. We are far from what I am sure they consider “young” these days, but they are great little guides, definitely aimed ...
... English so it went by perfectly.
We wandered around a bit. I'm still trying to get some Belgian chocolate but its all so expensive. I guess eventually I'll just have to bite the bullet and buy some. We decided to go in the Musee de la Ville de Bruxelles which is in the Grand-Place. It had about 100 costumes for Manneken-Pis. Apparently it's a tradition for visiting heads of state to donate a miniature version of their national costume. There was an ...
... advertisements all over town for a Lego exhibition, Art of the Brick, which has travelled the world. The artist, Nathan Sawaya, makes large-scale sculptures using only Lego blocks. It was such a good spur of the moment decision to buy an admission. The artworks were intricate and interesting and fun. He had also recreated famous artworks with Lego!
We headed to the UGC movie cinema to watch the second instalment of the Hunger Games. The cinema room ...
... we had that we then headed out had a look around again and found this place that said Genuine Australian Ice cream hmm so had to have some of that. Later on we had dinner in one of these little cafe's that sold all sorts of food Nancy had bugs bunny and Stewart played it safe with a Chicken Casserole, we then headed back to the hotel and bed as it had been a long day and we were all tired.
Ok chat to you all soon this is Baz the wonderful one.
... the would not be running at all today, and it was first come first served for filling the trains the next day. By the time I got to the front of the line they were full for tomorrow and not taking anymore for the next day until tomorrow. Everyone that was booked had done so by phone and we were without a mobile.
I tried using a payphone to contact the railway, our ...