Hotel des Colonies
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... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 23 (Delirium Cafe see above)
# of monies found: 8.05 Peruvian Soles, 5 ...
... shops especially the chocolate shops, there are so many!
Returning to our hotel for a quick change as the weather has cooled, we went out to dinner. We selected a place called Drug Opera, apparently it was a Drug (chemist) before and it is in the Opera House Square, hence called Drug Opera. We settled on some Belgium favourite dishes, croquettes and Flamish casserole. We also had prawns and veal.
After a very filling meal we went for a walk ...
... via Ettlebruck and Mersch (either of which is closer to Larochette than Luxembourg City). In the end, this meant we had to make two more train transfers in order to get to the bus that would take us home. The first train out of Liege was heading to Namur where we had a little over 10 minutes to catch the next train to Arlon. However, even as we were being given our new itinerary, the train from Liege to Namur ...
... disaster of becoming lost? I think I’ve spent far too long in
the Middle East now that I realise that those things seem normal to me.
Proudly stepping off the train the lovely Flemish guy grins and waves
at me as he goes past “Good bye!”. “Oh Goodbye!” I grin back at him and head
towards the station. Immediately I’m struck by how freezing it is. I’m so glad
I brought a jacket
... you worry. The city itself is quite beautiful. The streets are wide and laid with brick. The architecture is a hodge podge of different styles, which are illuminated at night, creating long shadows. I find the people here to be much more simplistic. They move at a pace much more sustainable and convenient than that of the states and London. I very much enjoy the culture. Everyone speaks french mostly, which was a surprise. I ...