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... airport. I'm fine with all of that stuff as long as it's cheap, and I know the rules. Give me a seat, get me there safely, and I'm happy. I don't need a glass of water or a bag of ****** pretzels.
I might try to shut my eyes on the ...
... but his camera, no so much. He broke a piece off the sun shade and damaged the viewfinder. We went into a camera shop but they didn't have a sunshade to fit but they did give him an elastic to hold the viewfinder on. The camera still works but will need repairs when we get back.
Our hotel is a good basic hotel, best thing it is across the street from the ...
... more minutes and we found the Americans! We haven't heard so many American accents since we left the US. Apparently they found the Belgium Beer Festival at the Grand Place. No entrance fee but the huge plaza was packed. We met a nice couple from Florida who told us the system so we headed in to the hop-adorned, hat-wearing, international crowd to do some taste testing. Verdict? Still like those stouts and browns! So much ...
... s not very nice. I went into the cafe I was in front of, asked for a pen and piece of paper, wrote a note explaining what had happened and the Range Rover's license plate, put my email address on it and left it under the white cars windscreen wiper. Sadly, the chocolate shop did not have free samples, and it was small and unoccupied - the shop attendant eagerly put on little white gloves as soon as I walked in just so ready for me to buy everything, then uncomfortably ...
... fun to see all the attractions we had just seen that day. However, I wouldn't recommend the movie unless you would like to see sights from Bruges.
Everyone enjoyed Belguim. There were a lot of English speaking visitors. In Belgium they speak French, German, and English. On the train, they spoke all three languages when given locations. In Germany they only speak German so it was nice to hear English for a change.