Charleroi Airport Hotel
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... and I spent it visiting with family and friends. My sincere apologies to those I didn’t call; I just ran out of time but will for sure see you in April. Less than two weeks after I arrived in Victoria, I got to do the whole thing in reverse, and as the flight lifted out off from Victoria airport, I felt just as emotional as I had in Brussels airport 13 days earlier. We cruised over familiar islands as the setting sun bathed the sky in ...
... went to bed, but Dad got us dressed up in our jackets and hats to go and look at the sights, and it is such a wonderful memory for me! I remember walking around at about midnight also jaws on the floor looking at the buildings in the dark and the mist. Their gothic facades lit and Christmas lights twinkling. We walked some of the back streets to find Manneken Pis – the little boy peeing statue and at that time he had a cute Christmas outfit ...
... to this plan. We decided to scope out our options. We were lured into restaurant where but we quickly went into a bit of cultural confusion (do we seat ourselves? Do we just sit down?) We quickly evacuated that awkward situation but don't worry we walked right into another. In transit to trying to find a sandwich shop, Taylor was intercepted by a host at a restaurant down an old stone street. Her blue eyes made him ...
... market stalls in St Joost or getting footsore on cobblestoned streets looking for the river Senne.
This ends 3 days in Brussels and I'll spend my last day in Leuven - a beautiful and historic university city 30 km east of Brussels.
Home of both Stella Artois and the oldest university around built in the 1400s it's no wonder this is such a vibrant city centre and it has a great buzz around it's Grand Place not to mention a ...
... some classrooms. Gives students a real purpose for writing and creating podcasts.
The next day we were off to Xanten, Germany about an hour north of the base here. This has a great museum on Roman times and there is actually a archeological dig taking place. Did not spent a lot of time there as this would be a good future Saturday tour for Marylee and myself.