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My first attempt at using TravelPod to record our travels so here goes.......
trip was a weekend getaway to Brussels with friends Alison & Alan.
It started bright and early at he Eurostar Terminal at St Pancras
We brought the glasses (plastic, of course) and Alison brought the champagne! …
... we had exactly, but I can remember that they were extremely good! We also stumbled upon this little garden with a fountain and beautiful flowers. We still aren’t sure exactly who the garden was built for or who the two guys on the top of the fountain are, but the garden was gorgeous! We both got some really awesome photos there.
Finally we found the sexmuseum. It was more of a private collection than an actual museum. This older gentleman ...
... what is would be like to be the beer that was brewed (an experience bettered by splashes of water, bubbles, fans and a disco ball). Then we did the traditional "probst" (cheers) and had some free beer and even got a couple free pairs of Heineken sunglasses. Some more falafels later we toured the Anne Frank house and saw where they hid for their few years there and we both thought it was much bigger than originally anticipated.
Airport security is very lenient for Ryan Air. They don't really care much and most things do not get caught. There is a low weight limit for carry on bags and they rarely check it. You don't have to take off your shoes through security. It's definitely not that safest. The planes are very small. You walk up into the plane instead of getting on it through a terminal. Everyone rushes to get in first because seats are not assigned. People really clap when the plane has successfully ...
... s lover is leaving, and the grim reaper is coming for the wife.
Our itinerary out of Frankfurt read Lufthansa but in reality it was a United Airlines plane and flight crew. This meant only one free checked bag, $6 wine, plastic forks, and passionless flight attendants. I knew we were heading back home.
After the eleven-hour flight we were treated to customs and sent ...