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... time rearranging our things to fit into three bags (including having to put the guitar inside my empty bag, then inside its case!), but we got there eventually, then checked the guitar. He wouldn't take it there though, so we had to carry it with us to the gate anyway! We went through security then after walking through the tiny airport (about as big as Avalon!) we were extremely lucky to find two seats together, as there was nowhere near ...
... standing at the tram stop in a largely immigrant neighbourhood. To say I looked out of place would be an understatement, and I felt like I was being stared at until I got to the residence. I wondered how I'd get in. Would I be asked to show ID? Would I have to buzz? What was going to happen? More importantly, was this like Downton Abbey, were there's a front door and a door round the back for the rest of us plebs?
It turns out, ...
We found a couple of churches on our walk one of them the main cathedral St Michaels, the burger masters must have been pretty competitive with the church of the time because the spire of the Town Hall is much higher than the main Cathedral, it is also much more decorative and larger.
After the churches, we thought about lunch / dinner so set off for this street we had seen earlier where the whole street was restaurants. As we walk down the tout beckoned us ...
... apparently looking out for us, because the train had been held. (Maybe there were a large number of passengers from our train trying to get to Arlon.) Whatever the reason, we ran from our platform, up the stair, across the railway station, and down to the Arlon platform. We clambered aboard the train as the whistle blew.
This fortuitous holding of the train meant that we left Namur late as well, and ...
across the road to a path.
Studying the map I thought “Okay so I need to head that way to reach
the centre” and then I looked up and saw a small path leading into what looked
like a park and a smile crept over my face. I had all day here and no plans so
I decided that I was just going to wander that way and explore.
As I came around the corner my mouth opened because I found myself next
to a ...