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... cream in a park. Then it was time to haul our bags over to the Eurostar departures. My first observations on Eurostars has been altered somewhat as this train had the seating in the group of fours way with two pairs staring at each other and fighting for leg room. Shame! That took us to Brussels where we collected our bikes and didn't get on our connecting train! It's a shame to not use those tickets, (if anybody wants ...
... was apparently why as they checked everyone's wheeled luggage for size and weight, but not the "un-wheeled". Sigh. I hastily pulled out a couple things and crossed my fingers that it would all arrive in Brussels within this century.
Anyway, bickering happily on our way through security, we boarded Swiss Air - I guess they just call themselves "Swiss" now - for our flight.
We spent the layover in Basel, ...
... called Delerium (which was probably a bit more difficult now that we had a good buzz on). After asking around we got to the general area, only to find a frite shop that we could not pass by! We stopped in and had some fries (which were amazing) and then continued our journey to find the bar. Once we found it, we ordered a few more Belgian beers and sat down at a long table. After awhile a group asked if they could sit as ...
... and all stood up, gathering our bags. The doors didn't open. Oh God, all I want to do is get off this plane, I thought. The pilot came over the intercom again, and said, "we've received word that the plane has landed safely in Zurich and the runway is open again. We're going to refuel as quickly as possible and then fly back." We all started laughing, uncomfortably, hysterically. It was getting late and this was ridiculous. First I was kidnapped in ...
... here and forms the subject of W. H. Auden's famous poem Musée des Beaux Arts, named after the museum.
Finally, I visited the Musical Instrument Museum, part of the Royal Museums for Arts and History and internationally renowned for its collection of over 8000 instruments. The museum's ...