Chateau De La Poste
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... details, had another coffee, and people watched until the train arrived. We stowed our suitcases then sat in our allocated, very comfortable seats for the relatively short trip to Lille, France, then leave the station, walk about 500 metres to Lille Flanders to catch the train to Charlerois, where our lovely friend, Jean-Pol was waiting for us. We spent the remainder of the afternoon chatting before enjoying J-P's great cooking, ...
... and get to know me. And much to my amusement, they had around 17 animals (cats, a dog, turtles, chickens, a duck, a parrot, and iguanas). David and I went on a few day trips to Brussels, Brugge (a quaint and beautiful city with canals and stone roads), and his university town of Mons.
I don't know whether it was the brisk weather or too much Belgian beer, crepes, and waffles, but I ...
... birding pass before there is a $75.00 to do that at the counter.
The flight was great, we had no issues. Everyone was nice but there are no perks. For the price we will always fly the regional airlines over the big airlines.
In Brussels we got out of the airport we found our friends, Charlotte and her dad Ghislain. We found a coffee place and sat down to wait for Dale and the kids. We took the time to catch up on news.
We had a ...
... pair of sunnies. Sweet!
We had to wait awhile then were taken out to our coach but ours wasn't leaving for another hour as we had to wait for more flights to get in. Everything was decorated around the airport for TomorrowLand. It looked really cool! Excitement was kicking in.
Finally got to get on our coach and made our way into the city. Stopped at our hotel, Martins Central, checked in, booked in to go on the Global Journey mystery trip around ...
... it was true and we stopped outside a large fenced backyard to find not kangaroos but 6 wallabies. Their owner came out to explain that an Australian man had brought the first pair to this spot from Australia 20 years ago and there have been many generations born since then - not kangaroos but still amazing.
We thought this was going to be the night we would get to bed early, but decided instead to catch up on some blogging and emailing and managed ...