Chateau de Limelette
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- Tennis Court
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... divide than I realized. Another is the division of wealth in Brussels, its direct association to physical geography (specifically elevation) and also political views. The south of Brussels has more poverty and is very socialist while the northern part of Brussels is more wealthy and is strongly liberal. Anyways I learned a lot today, we went to the European union center As Brussels is the capital of Europe. We ended up cutting the tour short as the ...
Our tickets for "Walibi" were included in our camp site fee so off we went to the west end of the town of Wavre. (It's adjacent to where we came yesterday afternoon - same car park). B & F went on many scary rides. P and W went (with them) on the Wild Water Ride - and got wet! Also ventured onto the Gold Mine Railway which tipped us and turned us quite enough, thank you very much. I also went up on The (Very) Big Wheel for a view ...
Our first stop on our European adventure was Brussels, Belgium. Matt and I boarded the plane and headed on over to Belgium to meet up with Emma, who would be joining us with our travels. She had already been in Brussels for a few days, so we were fortunate enough to have her show us all the best places to go to.
When we first got off the bus that took us from the airport to the city center, we weren't sure which ...
... express” to Braine l’Alleud. Marvy. We arrived just before 3 pm….and the train door wouldn’t open. I could see the bus to the Butte de Lion waiting near the station, but nobody could get the train door open. It eventually took somebody pushing the button from the platform side to free us….by which time the bus had already departed, necessitating a 30 minute in the freezing cold trying to explain the bus timetable in French to a ...
... floral baskets.
A leisurely evening stroll ended in a restaurant with Mulles Frite and other local delicacies for dinner.
One funny thing was Bronwyn (our budding Steven Spielberg) taking forever to photograph Murray at a shop that sold 250 different beers. I have never seen a tongue hang out so far! Poor Murray.
Photos will follow!