Charmehotel 'T Hemelryck
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... 100,000 demonstrators and 80,000 had come to the city centre by bus, tram and train so now they all need to get back home.
What at nightmare for police. Keep the demonstrations under control while making sure the tourists like us winding our way through the mobs and the locals stay safe.
Well we are safely back at the hotel and now we just have to hope the German train drivers strike doesn't affect us tomorrow morning!
... 1815, when it joined the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. The former Dyle department became the province of South Brabant, with Brussels as its capital.
... and this guy sitting across from us asked where we needed to be. We said Gent, and he repeated after us, with emphasis on the t. We said yes, and he told us we were completely in the wrong direction. We grabbed our luggage and hurried off the train. 10 mins went by, and we were on a train to Brugge (Ghent is halfway between Brugge and Brussels).
After what seemed like the longest train ride ever, we arrived in Gent. Next entry to tell what happened there!
... too far from the station we found a nice Kebob restaurant (one of the many you find on every street corner in Brussels) and got a quick dinner. Feeling tired and full, we made our way to the bus stop to find a bus to get us to our hotel. We decided to buy an 11€ metro pass for 48 hours. Which turned out to be a great investment.
We stayed in a small hotel just outside of downtown, the Evergreen Hotel. For 20€ per person, per night. ...
... have heard some amazing stories and so many things I never knew and perhaps a few that I knew and had forgotten. It has been another long day though and I grow tired so it is time to sleep soon. But before I go, I leave you with the rather astonishing news, for me anyway, that neither Nat nor I are actually Swiecas! In name perhaps but not in blood, our biological father was one Nathan Mytnowiecki. Apparently my sister knew this but it ...